Some more from Longwood Gardens (large post)

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A few more from our outing the other day. All taken with the 70-200VR
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Mike, these are simply awesome. I don't know how else to describe them. You have such a wonderful eye for composition. I can see the shots after you've posted them, but I would never get them on my own.

Great job. You need to think about selling some of these. :wink:
 
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Fantastic as usual Mike :>))

I am curious about the last one though. Tell me about that. Haven't got a clue...

hahhahahaha nothin new with that :>)))
 
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Hey Mike -

More great stuff! I know you've got lots more, so keep'em coming.

Two questions -

How do you creat those great frames?

What the heck is that weird round green thing that looks like it belongs in a horrow flick? I never saw it.

Gordon
 
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Flew said:
Mike, these are simply awesome. I don't know how else to describe them. You have such a wonderful eye for composition. I can see the shots after you've posted them, but I would never get them on my own.

Great job. You need to think about selling some of these. :wink:
Thanks so much for the kind words, if you would ever see this place a blind man could walk away with some killer shots sort of the flower equivalent of the Rookery targets all over the place. I sure wish I could find a market to sell prints like this and pay for this nasty addictive habit I have. :shock:
 
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Gale said:
Fantastic as usual Mike :>))

I am curious about the last one though. Tell me about that. Haven't got a clue...

hahhahahaha nothin new with that :>)))
Gale
Thanks so much the last one is a 3' lilly pad that has not opened up yet they are hybrids developed by Longwood themselves they are huge. Looks liek an alien pod
 
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Fantastic shots, Mike. Your post reminds me that I really need to go there. I don't think I've been there since I was there in elementary school on a school trip, and that was a LONG time ago! Kudos on the beautiful shots!
 
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Gordon Large said:
Hey Mike -

More great stuff! I know you've got lots more, so keep'em coming.

Two questions -

How do you creat those great frames?

What the heck is that weird round green thing that looks like it belongs in a horrow flick? I never saw it.

Gordon
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Thanks, the frames are from fredmirandas site it is his framing action, if you are interested let me know. The last shot is one of thos large lilly pads that has not fully opened yet
 
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nburwell said:
Fantastic shots, Mike. Your post reminds me that I really need to go there. I don't think I've been there since I was there in elementary school on a school trip, and that was a LONG time ago! Kudos on the beautiful shots!
Thanks The palce is a photographers dream, we shoudl plan an outing in the fall it is incredible there both outside and the conservatory
 
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