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Old May 16, 2010, 7:51 AM   #1
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Default A visit to a greenhouse

Yesterday we finally got a bit better weather. So we went for a walk in a rather big garden* where they also have a greenhouse.

Because it was a family outing I didn't have a lot of time thinking how to get the shots, so I'll have to come back.

Next shots are taken in a small part of the greenhouse and zoomed out a bit every time.

(ps all taken with a k20d and every lens I had with me )


f5.6 - iso100 - 1/250sec - 105mm - kiron 105mm


f5.6 - iso100 - 1/350sec - 50mm - pentax smc-fa1.7


f6.5 - iso100- 1/125sec - 10mm - sigma 10-20


f11 - iso200 - 1/350sec - 28mm - tamron 18-200


*the rather big garden is the "Belgian National Botanic Garden"

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Old May 16, 2010, 9:45 AM   #2
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I enjoy going on these travels through this forum...looks like avery nice greenhouse.
I like # 2--the composition as well as the lighting are very nice...the difusion of light through the greenhouse roof looked like it gave you some nice lighting!
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These are all very nice Ronny!
Like jelpee said, #2 is awesome and my favorite of the bunch with #3 a close second.
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I love the progression of the first three - from close-up through area shot. What a wonderful looking place to go - I love those great big pads (whatever they are), they look so unlikely to me.
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Old May 16, 2010, 11:30 PM   #5
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Loved the first and second the best ...Wonderful shots!. Thats a nice place to go
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the first one is a great photo
the lighting is really soft and suits the subject
i would definately like to see more of this place
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Thanks for the great remarks,

I'm going back and plan to spend a bit more time there.
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This greenhouse is looking so nice. I also love to visit these types of greenhouse.
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Great series! I really like that 2nd. Great perspective!
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Wow, quite a place, the water plants are photographed very well. Your farming and composition is marvelous.
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