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Old May 9, 2005, 9:05 PM   #1
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Date Taken:
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DMC-FZ10
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2304x1728
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691939
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100
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15.3mm (92mm 35mm) w/ Nikon 4T
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0.0125s (10/800)
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I added two more shots. The first one is a shot of the entire pot. There are three separate plants in this pot. The oldest is 5 years.





The second shot is a different species. It does not get a spike but shows tiny florets, which appear about ½ inch above the water in the cup. It is 8 years old and looks like it is about to produce flowers.


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Old May 9, 2005, 10:21 PM   #2
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has a very interesting feel and look well done.......
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interesting composition and color... seems a bit noisy, though. was that intentional?
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Squirl says it looks noisy, but I'm not sure I agree. The noise doesn't look objectionable to me.

I find it looks de-saturated. Maybe it's just something about that shade of pink, but my brain tells me it should be much richer.

I like the composition and subject. Depth of field came out about perfect.
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Does look like film shot about 800 iso and the colors look muted.

Composition is good and good DOF.
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willow1 wrote:
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has a very interesting feel and look well done.......
Thank you Willow.
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Old May 10, 2005, 8:07 AM   #8
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What a wonderful and interesting flower, Lovelife! Is this from your own garden, or elsewhere? How long did it bloom? Although not a cactus (I think bromeliads are more like pineapples...), it certainly has a cactus-like look.

Here is a bromeliad from my father's garden, but the macro-shot does not show the full array of floweres that were present on this bromeliad...




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squirl033 wrote:
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interesting composition and color... seems a bit noisy, though. was that intentional?
The noise if there, was not intentional. Where do you see the noise on the pink spike? If so, that is not noise it is the surface texture. The pink area is hard with spines, a powdery surface and is not a flower. The flowers are the tiny purple and pink buds. This plant species Bromeliads (BRO-ME'-LE-AD'S) belong to their own plant family with almost 3,000 species and hundreds of hybrids dating back thousands of years. They are indigenous to South America, Central America and the Southern United States. I live in the north east and have this plant indoorsfor 10 years. This is the third genertion and third spike.
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Squirl says it looks noisy, but I'm not sure I agree. The noise doesn't look objectionable to me.

I find it looks de-saturated. Maybe it's just something about that shade of pink, but my brain tells me it should be much richer.

I like the composition and subject. Depth of field came out about perfect.
This is a very accurate color rendition. If you check out the tiny purple and pink flowers, you will see that there is no lack of color saturation. This species of plant is unlike any other. It defies what are brains construe as flowers. The spikes which refers to the part, come in unbelievable shapes are sometimes thorny, waxy, powdery and always colorful.
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