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Old Dec 6, 2010, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default Tiny autumn beauties .... FZ35 + LC55

It's still autumn in Southern California. Although dry and desolate looking at first glance, autumn fields turned out to be full of tiny wonders. All of these subjects are about the size of a pea or smaller.


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These are all quite nice. My favorite is the last one. Mainly because of that background color. It makes such a nice counterpoint to both the foreground subject and to all the blindly bright snow outside my window.

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These are all quite nice. My favorite is the last one. Mainly because of that background color. It makes such a nice counterpoint to both the foreground subject and to all the blindly bright snow outside my window.

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Thank you, Steve. I try to pay almost as much attention to the background as I do to the subject. I often find a good background first, then look for a suitable subject.
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Saly those are really outstanding pictures. They look great!!
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Fantastic shots, saly. Great colours and composition. Congrats
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What an excellent set...!
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wonderful captures saly! i love #1 and #6!!!
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Thank you, Steve. I try to pay almost as much attention to the background as I do to the subject. I often find a good background first, then look for a suitable subject.
Yeah, I try that now and then. My subjects being mostly birds does limit my ability to find a good background and then add the subject though.
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Really nice photos - I also like the last one due to the background colours.
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Thanks, the last one is a Cape Myrtle tree seed pod with its red leaves as background. It is one of the few trees that change colors in the fall around here.
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