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Posted By noelpolar [Profile] [Gallery] Original Filesize 1.37 MB
Category PentaxForums Exclusive Gallery Original Dimensions 2047 x 2048
Date Posted 12-23-2019 Number Of Views 373
Average Rating 4.00, 5 votes Number Of Comments 5
Title My flower.... get lost
Description A New Holland Honeyeater on a Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbicular or “Pig’s Ear” as it is locally known.
Camera K1
Lens DFA 150-450
Location Goolwa, South Australia
EXIF Information:
File Name Newholland.jpg File Size 1432613 Bytes
File Date 2019:12:23 03:22:20 Camera Make RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
Camera Model PENTAX K-1 Date/Time 2016:12:28 18:49:46
Resolution 2047 x 2048 Flash Used No
Focal Length 450.0mm (35mm Equivalent: 450mm) Exposure Time 0.0040 s (1/250)
Aperture f/8.0 ISO Equivalent 2000
Exposure Bias -1.30 White Balance Auto
Metering Mode Center Weight Exposure Aperture Priority (Semi-auto)
Exposure Mode Manual GPS Latitude ? ?
GPS Longitude ? ? Lens HD PENTAX-D FA 150-450mm F4.5-5.6 ED DC AW
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#1
12-24-2019
pjv
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My flower.... get lost

A wonderful image Noel, very well captured mate.
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#2
12-27-2019
Racer X 69
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My flower.... get lost

Awesome work Noel!
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#3
01-07-2020
fsge
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My flower.... get lost

Angry bird !
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#4
01-28-2020
ToddK
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My flower.... get lost

An amazing capture with perfect focus and isolation. Well done!
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#5
02-01-2020
mixalis_kalymnos1611
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My flower.... get lost

A fantastic photograph that really deserves to be considered a special one. Nice composition , perfect timing and thoughtful post processing. The diffused color of the-otherwise charming dark- background pops up the bird and, it is paralleled with the vivid colors of the plant. The position of the bird itself brings a dynamic harmony to the frame.
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