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Old Apr 7, 2011, 3:53 PM   #1
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Toodled to the Floral Park today and had a practise with the TCon, but nothing worth posting as the birds all flew off before I had a chance to focus on them and my ducks were too far away so the photos had a lot of noise in them. I know, excuses excuses !!!

So I turned to the trusty RayonX and came up with these. All comments and advice welcome.
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Old Apr 7, 2011, 3:59 PM   #2
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Dyane,

haha so you have the same problems with the TCON and the birds as I have.

Your Raynox shots a very nice and interesting as usual

It would be interesting for me to see the whole blossom.

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Diane, these are lovely!!! The lighting and the resulting soft colors are just beautiful. Nice job. Maybe the next time the birds will stay put!
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Haaaaaa, oh yes Stefan I have the same problem, was most disappointed. I think the TCon is going to take a bit of getting used to for sure. I kept finding myself positioned to close to the subject!! But as Saly has shown us it (when in Saly's hands) takes fab photos. We need to get out and practise Stefan

Saly - yes it was a shame about the birds and ducks, made me feel quite depressed hence my same old same old.

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Dyane,

haha so you have the same problems with the TCON and the birds as I have.

Your Raynox shots a very nice and interesting as usual

It would be interesting for me to see the whole blossom.

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Old Apr 7, 2011, 5:04 PM   #5
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Gorgeous colour flower Diane. Send me some please (I love mauve),
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Diane,

I agree that the soft light and soft colors make for very nice shots. Well done!

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Hello Everyone - many thanks for the comments.

Banksy - the flowers are on the way with the same carrier pigeon!!
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Lovely shots. The soft colours and lightning makes them very interesting
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Haha, hope the pigeon doesn't eat them too!
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