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PeHa May 2, 2006 4:47 PM

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Hi,

Some shots from the first summer cottage visit (by the Baltic Sea). Came in the evening and was met by this sunset. Shot with a clean FZ30 (no add-on lenses).

PeHa May 2, 2006 4:49 PM

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In the morning, I saw this little European Robin. Don't know if it exists in the US... FZ30 plus TCON17.

PeHa May 2, 2006 4:51 PM

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And then this Great Tit. FZ30 + TCON17 again.

PeHa May 2, 2006 4:53 PM

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Then I had to try some close-ups. This Hepatica nobilis was shot with FZ30plus Soligor Achromatic close-up lens, +3 diopter.

seemolf May 2, 2006 5:24 PM

thanks for sharing!!
#1 is my favourite, but I like them all!
Sven - Kiel



Hiroshi May 2, 2006 9:03 PM

seemolf wrote:
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thanks for sharing!!
#1 is my favourite, but I like them all!
Sven - Kiel


My sentiment exactly! #1 has a dreamy feel to itwith very warm colors and nicely composed too. The bird and flower shots are also very nice....Kudos all around :cool:

Hiroshi

LadyhawkVA May 3, 2006 8:32 AM

Very nice series. You gave the camera quite a workout.

Macnite May 3, 2006 1:47 PM

Lovely shots. Thanks for sharing.

PeHa May 3, 2006 4:55 PM

Many thanks Sven, Hiroshi, Ladyhawk and Macnite!!

Spring (and Fransesco/Narmer) inspires to do somemoremacro shooting including bugs. Could be the next thing to focus... :dude:

Narmer May 3, 2006 11:55 PM

Very nice pics PeHa and thanks. But we do inspire among each others up here.

#1 quite perfect, except (IMO) for the too saturated orange of the floater, which captures way too much attention like that. But I cannot know if it was its original color or fruit of PP for sunset reds.

Did you shoot that robin in burst mode to catch it twittering ?
Good quality with your TCON.

That Hepatica nobilis is really a small flower here, If I am not wrong.
But with no insect or else on it there is no meter. Very well captured


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