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Old Aug 26, 2013, 7:04 PM   #1
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A great eye for details, and a rich sunny walk along the water! Great expression on the garter snake and the frog, and especially nice light on the first water lily!
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Thank you for your kind words. The lilypad blooms were amazing. So beautiful, especially due to the reflecting light. I was lucky enough to get some frogs on their lily pads in the same shot as the bloom.

I was shocked at how long the snake held it's pose for me. I kindly thanked it for being cooperative and it went on it's merry way! The second snake we saw was not as nice and slithered away quickly before I could grab any quick shots.

I also really love the zoomed out shot of the frog on the sea of lily pads. I was very lucky on Saturday to get some quality captures.
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Lovely colours.

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Great series, you're having a great time with that lens.

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