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Posted By: eaglem, 09-12-2016, 04:24 AM

highlights the flower!


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Bees on strike? Striking colours.
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Bees on strike? Striking colours.
No, just a change of pace!
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Contrasty images and great control of light.

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Niiiiiiiiii ce ! ( Very nice )
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I like the shot. The fly in the middle makes it look "steady", like it will stay there for ages. Since it is not, my choice would have been to put it out of the image center.
However, your choice to have it perfectly centered, makes me more aware of my "natural" framing. Thanks a lot!
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I like the shot. The fly in the middle makes it look "steady", like it will stay there for ages. Since it is not, my choice would have been to put it out of the image center.
However, your choice to have it perfectly centered, makes me more aware of my "natural" framing. Thanks a lot!
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