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Buschwindröschen (Anemone nemorosa)
Explore, Apr 20, 2011, # 42
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I saw exactly two agapanthus plants in bloom last Sunday at South Coast Botanic Garden, which actually surprised me as I thought their season was past. This bloom was exquisite, and I wanted to convey its soft and romantic aspect, thus my choice of a large lens aperture. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/4, 1/160 sec., ISO 400, open shade, handheld)
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Yet another re-posting of this shot... It is one of my earliest photos that I deemed worth keeping, and still one of my personal favorites, and I just like seeing it on the front page of my photostream. So here we go again...
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24.july 2007 - 432 / 60 / 193
"the idea of taking off a mask and facing the new decade!"
update: 1. JANUAR 2011:
HAVE REPOSTED A FOTO ; CAUSE I DONT HAVE MY OWN PC TO DOWNLOAD A NEW FOTO
a bright blue translucent flower to take away your blue monday....
have a bluetiful monday!
lovely wednesday to all...take care...
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Another gorgeous evening comes to a blue close on the Front Range of Colorado (from my backlog).
Happy weekend ahead all!
Image Notes: 2-frame vertorama, 11mm, F8, ISO 500, 4 seconds.
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Sejak kebelakangan ni agak sibuk. Sorry semua sebab tak dapat visit photostream you all. Sekarang ni pun masih sibuk jugak tapi apapun, saya cuba yg terbaiklah.......!!!
Decided a quick visit to Folkestone sands to catch the sunrise before the sea mist rolled in.
A blue morning was what I found and the sea mist never came :~)
...raining here with lots more to come if the forecast is correct.
Softly processed with flypapers
Texture recipe and before after on the Flypaper Blog.