Monday, January 19, 2009

Trying a macro . . .


I should have focused on just one of these as I have in the past but I kinda like it anyway. Gives character to the river. . .CLICK on to enlarge. . .

6 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

I like the view from behind this interesting plant.

Kerri said...

OH I think this is ABSOLUTELY Beautiful!! Well Done!!

Malyss said...

I like that the plants appear like chinese shadows on the river, in the light of the winter sun;And I like the bird on the right..

RuneE said...

The slight fuzziness just moved the attention more towards the background. That was no bad thing.

PS Thank you for your comment - and I fully understand

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It makes a lovely silhouette, I think.

RuneE said...

Me again: Glad you could see the pictures again. I have trouble with my employer's server, but theses had been posted directly to Blogger. The first batch was taken with my old and cheap 70-210mm at full "speed" at midday, while the others were about the first ones taken with my new 70-300mm original Canon lens - also at "full speed". These were taken at sunset, so they are much more yellow/orange.

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