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Old Apr 21, 2008, 4:49 AM   #1
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 10:54 AM   #2
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Nice shot Torgny, it is the season for these kind of pictures
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Nice shot Torgny, it is the season for these kind of pictures
Thanks. I have never seen as many as this year of Anemone Nemorosa, a name you might be familiar with.

I posted the same image in the close up section and here. The reason is to get a discussion on what a landscape really is.

Is it scale that decides if it is a landscape or ...

I could elaborate on this. The picture is taken with a 30D and 17-40 mm from below. I also took a picture on the same object with a point and shoot; F31fd

The dynamic range is as one can see better with the L lens and the bigger sensor/DIGIC 2

With that kind of background the DOF doesn't matter. The title contains only letters from the word B L U R R

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