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Old Aug 2, 2011, 1:59 PM   #1
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on camomile.

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Old Aug 2, 2011, 4:07 PM   #2
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Nice - I feel relaxed already!
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Lovely capture Stefan.
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The same species with open wings.

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That's a great shot - how do you think it would look rotated 90 degrees right?
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That's a great shot - how do you think it would look rotated 90 degrees right?
Clint,

thanks a lot.

In my opinion the orientation of the butterfly would be better, but the pattern of the Bokeh would be not so good, but decide it for yourself.

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Now I see a "face" in the butterfly. I think the butterfly looks better also and agree the background doesn't look quite as nice.
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I challenge both of you - diagonals are often very powerful. Just my two cents ("my two pennies worth" or "my tuppence worth)

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