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Macro of grass seeds
Lens: 35mm Camera: Pentax K 100D Photo Location: Mtunzini Shutter Speed: 1/90s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: Shelly, 10-17-2021, 03:30 AM

This is sometimes how desperate I get when I have photographed every single flower in my garden.....however, this macro shot shows us what a grass seed really
looks like. I was quite surprised by the little 'flowers' on it. Unfortunately to get that close up I had to crop the photo quite drastically! Not such a good photo though

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10-17-2021, 03:51 AM   #2
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Composition is good as is the detail.
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Ditto that. Interesting what can be found when you look close.
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Grass seed heads are fascinating in their wide variety. I love to photograph grasses and marvel at their variations.
Good work here.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shelly Quote
This is sometimes how desperate I get when I have photographed every single flower in my garden.....however, this macro shot shows us what a grass seed really
looks like. I was quite surprised by the little 'flowers' on it. Unfortunately to get that close up I had to crop the photo quite drastically! Not such a good photo though
Thank you guys..........just a peep into the underworld. LOL
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I believe you did a very nice piece of work here. The 35mm is always a terrific choice with close ups as they are very forgiving and do generate some wonderful captures. Thanks so much for

sharing. I like this a lot. )

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I believe you did a very nice piece of work here. The 35mm is always a terrific choice with close ups as they are very forgiving and do generate some wonderful captures. Thanks so much for

sharing. I like this a lot. )

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Thank you Tonytee. I always appreciate your compliments.

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