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    Life amongst dead stuff.

    Leaving the other day for town, l spotted these bits of life on a dead bush. Shot real close with my tamy 70-200 at 200mm f2.8 just liked the effect on this little world, and also did a bit of extra PP on a couple .

    Some sort of cocoon with leaves attatched in the first 2 taken at different angles. Liked the dew on the web of the others. Cheers.
























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    Feathers they are beautiful images, Nature doing her best with your help of course.
    Wondering why you posted them here as they all really belong in the cc Forums anyway Well Done
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    The first two are very pleasant, not critique, just an observation
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    Great series of images feathers. Nature can give us photographers such wonderful subjects - the trick is seeing them. I always find it interesting how some of us see real beauty in nature whilst in others they see something totally different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    Feathers they are beautiful images, Nature doing her best with your help of course.
    Wondering why you posted them here as they all really belong in the cc Forums anyway Well Done
    Thanks Mary Anne Wasn't sure if they passed as reasonable pics. Looks like l was wrong Cheers.

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    The first two are very pleasant, not critique, just an observation
    Thanks Gazza Your observation is appreciated Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikonNellie View Post
    Great series of images feathers. Nature can give us photographers such wonderful subjects - the trick is seeing them. I always find it interesting how some of us see real beauty in nature whilst in others they see something totally different.
    Thanks Nellie Yes some days l find unusual stuff out there in nature l really like. The trick is making it look interesting enough to share. Cheers.

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    Love #5, but they are all to my liking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrump View Post
    Love #5, but they are all to my liking.
    Thanks TG, appreciated. The 5th is what caught my attention, with the early morning dew on it. Cheers.

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    I regard the first two highly for their simple soft tones and simplicity. Does that make them Minimalist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by martycon View Post
    I regard the first two highly for their simple soft tones and simplicity. Does that make them Minimalist?
    Thanks marty that was my intention to keep it simple with that vignetting and softening.

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    I love your first shot. The soft background really makes the red stand out. Thats the sort of photo I'd like to see in a hip cafe or wine bar
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussirose View Post
    I love your first shot. The soft background really makes the red stand out. Thats the sort of photo I'd like to see in a hip cafe or wine bar
    Thanks Ann Glad you think it's of that caliber appreciated. Cheers.

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    I love the first two especially with the two tone feel. Thank you for posting these.
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    A pleasure, and thanks Nicholas Cheers.

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