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another high key backlit shot of the gerbera, this time a white one and from the back. i think i did the same shot in yellow before...
thank god it's friday! although i have work tomorrow, i have a few hours tonight to go out and hang out with friends!
see ya later!!! and have a good weekend everyone!
I am sorry to say that I no longer manage to follow up by commenting and thanking everybody personally, but I want you to know that I truly love every comment and fav I get from you and it gives me inspiration to take more pictures :-)
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Thank you for taking time to view my photo and for all the comments . White peacocks are not albinos; they have a genetic mutation that is known as Leucism, which causes the lack of pigments in the plumage. Albino animals and birds have a complete lack of color and red or pink eyes while White peafowl have blue eyes. The white color appears in other domestically bred peafowl but in different quantities. Chicks are born yellow and become white as they mature, according to the Peafowl Varieties Database
White Strawflower grew a good selection this year for the first time.
Impressie van het mooie lichte atrium van het Haagse stadhuis.
Architect: Richard Meier
Jardim Botânico da Ajuda
Ajuda Botanical Garden
I was hoping to have a few shots to upload from our walk up to Nothe Fort but this is the only one good enough to post.
Today I managed not to underexpose as I have been lately, but I have a lot to learn about depth of field, focus, all that stuff. I got some decent shots off, I was aiming for some bokeh and capturing the light and shade, but I got all the focal points wrong and the really crisp detail was in all the wrong places.
My dad found an old photography book when he visited my grandparents this week - my grandad was a keen photographer. And while it pre-dates DSLRs by about twenty years or so I'm guessing the fundamentals aren't going to have changed so I'm going to have a read and see what I can get out of it.
Maybe I should stick to the promise I made myself when I first got the D50 and manually focus? At least I'd have control over what the camera was doing then.
Well, back to the plot. I like this shot, it's more naturey crap (which seems to be sneaking into my stream lately), but it's nice-looking naturey crap! I applied a Lightrom preset to it, did a bit of adjusting of my own and this is what I got.
I did try a few crops out but decided I liked the full frame image best.
a new CarArt work for my Dream Car garage....although my true favorite Shelby is a 1969 GT500 in this color combo, is one will do just fine for now...
from an internet image..3 jegs (-2.0, 0.0, +2.0) into CS3 hdr photo merge , then hit with Topaz plug ins....
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my favorite photo, bright white sky, bright white bird. I just loved the way she looked.
Margerite & Senfweissling - Marguerite & Wood White
White tulips stand for hope, purity and innocence.
For Macro Monday....
star of a bird of prey show
(no wildlife capture)
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Snowy White Egret, stopping for a pose and a bath in between hunting.
Hi everyone, its again been awhile since I have posted.
Hope everyone is well and having a good week.
This shot was taken at Lake Merritt in Oakland,California.
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(explored, Dec 17. 2010.)
Close up of a beautiful White Peacock at Featherdale Wildlife Park.
"The Hypsizygus tessellatus or shimeji is an edible mushroom native to East Asia. Buna shimeji is cultivated locally in Europe, North America and Australia and sold fresh in markets." Taken from Wikipedia.
I think I'm right in saying that these are Bunapi shimeji. At least two years ago, I noticed a small container of these at Safeway, my grocery store, but felt they were too expensive to buy, just to photograph. Then four days ago, I noticed that Safeway had finally got another package of them lying on the shelf amongst all the more usual mushrooms. Not expensive at all, so here they are, lol! Apologies to the first three people who commented on this image - they may have thought I'd walked for hours in some dark forest to find these! Needless to say, this is a macro photo. And, no, I won't be eating them : )
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This tighter crop was suggested by a viewer. The original is in my Orchid set.
Both made it on EXPLORE. This one on August 1. Thanks!