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10-19-2010, 08:34 AM   #16
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Tamia,

Looks like you've continued to shoot some OOF ever since Project 52. Great colors. I've been doing some of the same, sometimes on purpose and others by accident, but I've liked the results.
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Nice job everyone, some beautiful Fall colors. Unfortunately we had a late Summer drought which has made many of the leaves turn dull yellow and brown this year. But there are other Fall colors too. The wildflowers are OOF because of the wind, I wasn't trying for the effect but i like the bokeh.

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Lovely photos, Jamfke. I love that first shot a lot. Was it windy or did you deliberately move the camera?

Beauties, Tom. The chicory and some clover are all the flowers that are left here. I've not seen corn stacked that way in a dog's age. What are the berries -- cranberries? Nice job.

John, yes, I've been taken wit OOF photos. I love the abstract nature of them, concentrating on form and color.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Tamia Quote
Lovely photos, Jamfke. I love that first shot a lot. Was it windy or did you deliberately move the camera?

Beauties, Tom. The chicory and some clover are all the flowers that are left here. I've not seen corn stacked that way in a dog's age. What are the berries -- cranberries? Nice job.

John, yes, I've been taken wit OOF photos. I love the abstract nature of them, concentrating on form and color.
Tamia, I've been trying to find out what the berries are with no luck, they were growing on bushes or small trees at the edge of the woods in water, so they may well be cranberries. The corn shocks are at an Amish farm. The county next to us (where I grew up) has a large and growing Amish community. They also do this with wheat straw. This patch of wildflowers has the most I've seen left anywhere. Many of the ones in the background are now dried up, but still colorful.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Tamia Quote
Lovely photos, Jamfke. I love that first shot a lot. Was it windy or did you deliberately move the camera?
Thank you! The camera may have been moving a bit as I was shooting hand held, but the wind was blowing nicely, and I had the shutter speed set at .4 seconds.
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I must admit I'm pretty envious of you Blokes in the US....here in Australia we don't see many deciduous Trees. in England where I grew up we called it Autumn . great time of the year, and fantastic colours being produced by the flora and fauna

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Nice! Loving that third shot especially.
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After the Fall


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Nice! Loving that third shot especially.
Thank you

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Mike, Love the first one, and the backlight on the 3rd.

NaCl(autumn and backlight seem to go together)H2O
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Mike, I really like that first shot. I find your water photos to be inspiring.

I agree with you NaClH2O, about backlighting and autumn...

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Beautiful photos from everyone! Due to my bad shoulder I didn't bring my K100D to Denver this week, but I did pack along the wife's little Canon P&S. Just a couple of shots of the trees outside our hotel Came out nicely, I've always been impressed with the quality of these little Canons...

Jim

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