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05-04-2016, 03:11 AM   #1
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A very lovely arrangement.
Lens: Pentax 18~55mm Camera: Pentax K100D Super Photo Location: Sherwood Forest ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/500s Aperture: F8 

It was a very enjoyable and fruitful day of shooting. Now with Spring here there are an unlimited number of beautiful subjects to photograph. Please enjoy and thanks so much for looking. Feel free to offer any comments/suggestions.

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That's a beautiful blend of colors! The shot is a bit busy in terms of composition, but the smooth background makes it work overall IMO.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Tonytee Quote
It was a very enjoyable and fruitful day of shooting. Now with Spring here there are an unlimited number of beautiful subjects to photograph. Please enjoy and thanks so much for looking. Feel free to offer any comments/suggestions.

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beautiful colors
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wildflowers. good shot

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beautiful colors

I thank you very much.

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wildflowers. good shot

Very much appreciated.

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While I really like the colors, there is no point of interest and the image is very busy. With the kit lens I would got closer for shallower DoF. What are that lines at the bottom of the image?
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While I really like the colors, there is no point of interest and the image is very busy. With the kit lens I would got closer for shallower DoF. What are that lines at the bottom of the image?

Those lines are watering valves that are controlled with a timer. Thanks very much for your comment.

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Those lines are watering valves that are controlled with a timer.
I would never guessed it.

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Tonytee: I like the way the flowers blend in with each other, the blurry background makes the scene come forward. pentax man.
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While I really like the colors, there is no point of interest and the image is very busy. With the kit lens I would got closer for shallower DoF. What are that lines at the bottom of the image?

I believe those are sprinkler heads, but cannot swear to it. This shot was taken approximately four years ago. Thnx for your comment.

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Tonytee: I like the way the flowers blend in with each other, the blurry background makes the scene come forward. pentax man.

Always appreciate your positive feedback,pentax man.

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Nothing to critique. The colors are vibrant and the contrast is very good. Congratulations!
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Nothing to critique. The colors are vibrant and the contrast is very good. Congratulations!

Many thanks to you sir.

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