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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Herman, May 27, 2010.
Taken with GF1 & 20mm.
The blue shadowy buildings on the left of the horizon are actually London. You can see them really well on a clear day.
Canon FDn 200mm f2.8
Beautiful shot, you caught the light there :smile:
Very pretty Herman, like the foreground:smile:
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E-PL1 w/20mm Though it is not my home, but my friend's.
A bit of a different interpretation:
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It's a shame about that flare on the left edge of the image. I tried cropping it out but I didn't like the effect that had on the composition. I'll have to go try this shot again sometime.
The emphasis here isn't on the grass, but I'll include it anyway:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/edwardscott/4645578892/" title="Seminary by Edward.Scott, on Flickr">"500" height="375" alt="Seminary" /></a>
ETA - EP-1 + Sigma 180mm macro with 4/3 to mu-4/3 adapter
Yet another interesting thread. You have a knack for picking subject matter everyone relates to...
Keep up the good work my friend....
Youse all else....very nice stuff going on.....
a not sooo secret admirer
300/4.5 Nikkor-H on the Nikon D1.
My Backyard. Good think the John Deere Lawn tractor came with the house.
Carl Zeiss Jena 5cm F1.5, uncoated, converted to Leica Mount, on the Bessa R2. Wide-Open.
Most of my lens tests look kind of like this. I hate when the neighbor cuts his grass.
Independence Historical Park.