Nuts & Bolts with the 105 VR

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I enjoyed photgraphing some ordinary objects yesterday with my 105 VR.

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Thanks for looking...
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I really like the photos you get from these kind of things. Without being able to see the whole surface in number 4 it's hard to guess. But looks something like blistered paint to me.
 
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It has been one of my favorite lenses also! I used it for a lot of the daylily photos I posted yesterday evening.
I really like the photos you get from these kind of things. Without being able to see the whole surface in number 4 it's hard to guess. But looks something like blistered paint to me.
Thanks John...

I couldn't even tell what #4 was when I was viewing it live! I'm guessing it was some clover-type leaves that blew and stuck against the metal surface of the tank...and then the leaves started to get moldy. :confused:

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Excellent shots and a good reminder to get our macro lenses out of naphtalene. The colors in #6 and #7 make them my favorites. Thanks for sharing.
 
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Excellent shots and a good reminder to get our macro lenses out of naphtalene. The colors in #6 and #7 make them my favorites. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Peter...

I thought I would enjoy # 6 the most when I shot it. I went with a five exposure HDR because I thought the shadows were far too harsh. But, I was afraid I might have done too much post processing for that one. I'm glad to hear that you like that one.

Glenn
 

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