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Old Apr 25, 2008, 5:25 AM   #1
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Spring has been with us for quite some time.The weather lately is pretty misty, paving the way for flowers to blooms and leafbudsto burst. The arcacia on the hillslope is noexception, not only greenbut also yellow,making the sight of thecountrysideeven more spectacular. I captured a few of this spectacular sight and here they are as follows.

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The arcacia's flowers are at the back while the plant at the front withbigger leaves is, I think, theQueen Crape Myrtle. No ideas really.
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Spring has been with us for quite some time.The weather lately is pretty misty, paving the way for flowers to blooms and leafbudsto burst. The arcacia on the hillslope is noexception, not only greenbut also yellow,making the sight of thecountrysideeven more spectacular. I captured a few of this spectacular sight and here they are as follows.

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Great pictures. Green and yellow are very close. The first picture, especially the upper part is an impressionistic dream

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Spring has been with us for quite some time.The weather lately is pretty misty, paving the way for flowers to blooms and leafbudsto burst. The arcacia on the hillslope is noexception, not only greenbut also yellow,making the sight of thecountrysideeven more spectacular. I captured a few of this spectacular sight and here they are as follows.

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Number three is one picture of it's kind. Beautiful colours and the structure at the right is less dominant with the leaves covering partially

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Old Apr 28, 2008, 1:38 AM   #8
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Glad that you like them and thanks for viewing and giving comments.

My purpose with these shots is to make the plane being shot as flat and non-distorted as possible. In this way, objects in the foreground and background will be pressed together, creating an impactful perspective.

The ones here were taken with a fieldscope incorporated with a Nikon P5100 prosumer. The focal length was around 900mm, so compression of the trees in the field was achieved with ease. The day was overcast and pretty windy, so I could not use a small aperture. The aperture used in this case was around f3.8 something, I presume.

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I picked this onethatIhad posted in my flickr account, which is similar in context to the above postings.



And this one which is reposted here. The previous posting was in the close-up corner.




Pleasant viewing.

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And this one which is reposted here. The previous posting was in the close-up corner.

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Thanks, Peter for "the whole fiest". Beautiful winding, snakelike structure

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