Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Another Macro Try . . .


This time the subjects are dried cherries and new growth on a tree over at the Fort's garden in Vancouver.

5 comments:

cieldequimper said...

My first dried cherry! I've never seen one, we used to literally raid the tree when I was a kid and nothing was left that we could see!

Malyss said...

With the spines and the broken branches, the picture looks like being violent or aggressive!Interesting!

RuneE said...

New growth means spring, and spring is what we need now ;-)

PS If you isolated the main subject from the background, it would be easier to focus, both regarding the main subject and for the viewers.

PERBS said...

I did isolate it -- that is why I have a white blurred background. . . Ü I chose a small portion of the tree branches to include the dried up cherry.

Cindi said...

So many thorns! Another great shot Paulie!

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