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"Pink exposed"

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by misupix, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. This flower got my attention, and I tried to really get into it............:Crunk:

    Here's the 35f2 doing it's magic.....

    "Pretty in Pink"
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    (from here on it's the 60f2.8 micro)

    then I started to look a little closer, and found some greyhaired performers in there.....

    "The secret stars, entering the Stage"

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    In the next blossom, I found......:eek: .....it's getting a bit salacious here........

    ":eek: "

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    And here's finally a formal portrait of this pink beauty:

    "Full frontal Pinkity"

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  2. Well, Michael, you really are in the pink today!
    I bet Eileen's eyes really light up when she sees these.
    Salacious or not, I thought the third one was really neat.

    aka beaucamera
  3. I agree with Virginia, but I miss one image - the one where you penetrate the molecular structure of the stamina :biggrin:


  4. Harry.

    Trust you to come up with this. You will soon be asking that he starts working at the sub-atomic level. I know he is German with a sense of humour, but this is taking it much too far.:biggrin::biggrin:

    Bob F.
  5. Why not? Michael just sold his 300/4 to gather money for a SEM with F-mount.
    Hm, is that even possible :confused: 

  6. Absolutely delightful!!! I know the 60mm is a treasure of a lens......you have just inspired me to screw it back onto my D2X and take a few snaps......but it is winter in Australia and I don't have any snow, let alone a flower. I will get back to you with something.:Happy:
  7. Beautiful images Michael, Thanks for posting them.
  8. mother nature thanks you for doing her creations so proud!
    mind boggling, love that subtle purple stripe on the closeup - the things we normally overlook.
  9. Beautiful, Michael! They are all stunning but my favorite is that last one.
  10. sharkync

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    Stunning series of photos. Took my breath away. Thanks so much for posting. I don't have the 60, but a mere Sigma 105 and you have very much inspired me.

    ps - Your colors are not too vivid!
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