Birth Of A Bloom

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    55mm f/3.5 Micro-Nikkor @ f/5.6, handheld

    Not Quite Me, jeanneg., Judy **, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Not Quite Me 67 months ago | reply

      I love nigella, so complex.

    2. Oomphoto - Nancy G. Villarroya 67 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot... great energy on this image. Again, incredible details!!

    3. Loek. 67 months ago | reply

      splendid picture, Allan

    4. trekker308 67 months ago | reply

      Arlene Gee Not Quite Me Oomphoto - Nancy G. Villarroya Loek.

      Thank you all - yes, not the prettiest flower pic out, but nature in action - thanks! :)

    5. jeanneg. 67 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic.....so fluid....really aces.

    6. GRO Photography 67 months ago | reply

      Fantastic contrast. Very striking.

    7. Elen Jacobs Photography(OFF) [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      Simply stunning!!

      A Blooming Essence of a Beautiful Photograph

      Seen in
      simply beauty
      flowers and souls

    8. dni09 67 months ago | reply

      Fantastic!

      Those "old lens" are very sharp, but how do you do to focusing?

      Regards.

    9. trekker308 67 months ago | reply

      Daniel It is actually easier to use manual focus on close-ups / macro shots Daniel ... and more accurate! The smallest change in focus at this distance changes the character of the image completely :)

    10. William Yipp 67 months ago | reply

      This blows my mind away - this shot is so full of energy for a supposedly "static" subject! Nice work.

    11. trekker308 67 months ago | reply

      William Yipp Thank you William - love your work .. :)

    12. HerrLard 67 months ago | reply

      great shot!

    13. lclower19 67 months ago | reply

      Stunningly beautiful macro!

    14. vintage.strat 67 months ago | reply

      ***WOW*** I'm impressed ***

    15. Nagatobimaru [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      awesome picture!!!
      very well taken!

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