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Old Jun 14, 2009, 4:26 PM   #1
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Default some shots from this weekend

Saturday was the only day without rain this week so time for a walk and photograph some wildflowers.

First shot was with a tamron 18-200 the others with a tamron 70-300mm ld.

first name unknow, 2nd Echium


3th name unknown, 4th malva


to stop a Dunnock sunbather





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Old Jun 14, 2009, 11:39 PM   #2
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Well the flowers certainly enjoyed the rain, lovely colours and what a nice time for a sun bathe.

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Rhermans,

I hope the weather stays nice over there, as when you get out the results are great.

No. 4 & 6 are my favorites. No. 3 for the color and bokeh and no 6 for the puffed up feathers of the bird. All the pictures are nice and sharp.

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Looks like you had a good day of it Ronny!
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Ronny - you really have used the light so well in all of these - such texture and detail! Thanks for sharing!
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