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Old Jun 28, 2007, 9:05 AM   #1
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My favourite of the set is the first picture.

I suppose I´m not the only one to notice the "twist" in the lower part of the picture

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Nice images. You certainly have a way with plants and flowers.
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I suppose I´m not the only one to notice the "twist" in the lower part of the picture

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That might have been the case due to blurring as a result of the short depth of view of the Tamron 180mm macro lens. Meanwhile, the leaves curl at the tip. A very small aperture might help a bit to bring the out-focused part to be focused.

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Nice images. You certainly have a way with plants and flowers.
Thanks. Just learning to be more versatile.
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I really like the first one, too - lovely color and I like the shape.
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The first picture is so graceful, so soothing and interesting leading the eye... it's a photo of a portion of flora, and also it is a creation of gentle geometry and harmonious colors... pleasing in every way.
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