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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Kevin_d50, Apr 4, 2007.
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or just a slow last 24 hrs - lol
I see them Kevin...they are very nice. I love hibiscus shots, although ours haven't started blooming here in the southeast US yet.
thanks peet, spring there now yes? they should be close then
Great stuff Kevin, my cup of tea! #2 and #3 especially.
You've done well with the red too.
Yes it is spring here, but we're getting another freeze for a couple of nights this weekend...that'll slow them down a bit too. Our Hibiscus here seems to bloom and flourish during the middle summer months to the end of fall.
thanks a ton jonathan.
I have put a concerted effort into reds (and yellows) lately.
Seem to be reaping the benefits.
Tone Comp (-) Medium Low
Saturation (-) moderate
all in camera settings.
GA (from your profile) = Georgia?
Happy shooting when that freeze disappears.
Yes Georgia. Just north of Atlanta here...I think it god down into the 20's (Farenheit) this weekend...although our tulips survived it.
Beautiful - razor thin DOF! Well done.
Kevin, howzit. I have been Missing in action for some time and obviously nowhere near the forums. These are great #3 is my fave! Baie mooi.
Very nice. The colors are gorgeous!
well hello stranger!!!!
nice to hear from you again, you still shootin' ?
thanks baie man, what's on for the weekend shootin wise?
sharon, nature has a way with color eh.
kind of you.
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