Love the spring flowers, even without color.....
Zacker's "Painted Toungue" post reminded me that I had a date with the Ragged Robin growing in my yard. For this shot I used a technique I haven't used in a long time. There's no black backdrop behind these flowers. In fact, they're attached to the plant they grow on. There's actually a well...
Its a Painted Tongue....run!!!
Was playing with my lighting today and found an interesting subject...
Here's a description of my lazy-mans lighting set up!
One Nikon sb-25 shot through white umbrella from above left, Anothe SB-25 shot through my DIY softlighter from above right...
Some real odd stuff growing at that altitude!
Many of the trees had some strange roots!
Ferns had some creepy places to grow!!
Got a few more shots of those wild roses this morning, along with another that I have no idea what it is (#3). ID help please! :D
1. Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX Fisheye
2. Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
3. Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
Anyone know what this flower is?
Don't ask me what kind it is because I dont really know but if you know I would love to know :D thanks
I won't be posting pictures for like 2 weeks or more I think! I sent my camera to get a good cleaning :D and something was going wrong with it too :(
A few flowers from recent travels...
Hello! I'm new in this website and I wanted to do my first thread, I still looking around and learning about this place so I'm going to share an image and tell me what you think! :D
Well my Pear Tree down back is almost at peak bloom.
Had to dig out the step ladder and Sigy 105mm macro.
HONESTLY which ones you think are wall hangers?
(Improvement? Better crop ect)
I put em in the order of what I thought was best. :rolleyes:
The last 2 pissed me off cuz the way the...
Purple and white Columbine, my fave flower.
Well, the sun came out after the thunderstorm yesterday, so I had to take advantage and grab the camera & tripod. Got this one of my wife's white peony in front of the house (the red one already dropped it's petals).
Well dunno but I think I like the shots I got last year better!
Todays best shots....
(Taken with my Sigy 24-70mm Macro)
This Bumbler shot isn't too bad.
Got a few chances to get out and do a bit of shooting this weekend... between yard work and picknicking that is..lol
One of Saturdays projects... Rebuilt the water fall..
More and More flowers are blooming in the yard...
On Friday afternoon and Saturday morning trains were running slow back around my old stomping grounds in VA so I decided to use the downtime to practice with flowers again. Lemme know what you all think. They still look a little soft around the edges to me. I'm gonna have to open up that aperture a...
Well here it is......got these this morning at sunrise.
I have one bush of these way down back and rarely if ever have seen em elsewhere!
Anyone else have em in their neck of the woods?
Here some more flowers I took in my yard and near/in My Habitat area.
(Habitat area is very bottom of un-cleared yard)
These were all taken with my Sigy EX DG f2.8 24-70mm macro.
Best shots with it so far!
Some Wild Phlox....(In habitat area)
Slew of Bachelor Buttons that are...
Out in the garden!!
its a bleeding heart but its white!!!
Mini Grapes... we're gonna have a bumper crop this summer..either that or tons of birds!
Wedding Boquet, Spariea.
this is how i passed the time away while being sick yesterday..
i would love to be able to figuer out how to get this done right..with the light pointing at the lens, i was getting major flare.
Slow to bloom but I got a few nice shots of em.
Missed em last year cuz we had a bad rain that beat the snot out of em.
Had better glass to play with this year also so I did some practice.
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