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Old 10-14-2009, 07:22 PM   #51
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Suunto, how beautiful your crocus photo is! That should be used somewhere on the website.
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Old 10-15-2009, 08:39 AM   #52
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Suunto I just caught your crocus. They are really pretty and just look at all the movement those twirly orange stamens add.
Thanks, but I just lucked out with the lighting being very favorable at the moment - no exposure corrections were necessary.
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Old 10-15-2009, 08:42 AM   #53
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Suunto, how beautiful your crocus photo is! That should be used somewhere on the website.
Thanks again; anything I post on this forum (not just this thread) is open for use by anyone else.
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I've been lucky to get in any photography this very rainy month.
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:09 AM   #55
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Love all the photo entires so far!

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The Heron photo in the water is so pretty!



Why yes, there is a duck....duck.....BEAR out there.

A few shots from last October. Please take into consideration that photographing 4 sibling bear cubs all together AND all looking up at the same time is nearly impossible. I got lucky when a squirrel caught their attention with these shots.

Hmmm? A squirrel, can we eat it?
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Single File Formation. Ready? HUP 2, 3, 4....
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Babe the PIg snatched from dog toy stash.
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What a fun series! They must have been wonderful to watch in person.
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Thanks for letting us use them Suunto! I'll save it with the best in a folder.
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Mimbrava, your photos are always amazing and this last one with the hoverfly is no exception. I am especially impressed with the colors. How do you manage to get such incredible colors?
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A different perspective of an ancient cherry tree above our spring...
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I don't think I have ever said this about a photo before, but that is a friendly-feeling picture, suunto. Somehow it is very welcoming.
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:05 AM   #60
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Mimbrava, your photos are always amazing and this last one with the hoverfly is no exception. I am especially impressed with the colors. How do you manage to get such incredible colors?
Thanks a lot, Hedgerowe. The colors are Mother Nature's. I just shoot 'em. Sometimes I do some post-processing to enhance the colors, but try not to mess around too much and create something that's not natural. The secret to any good photo is good light. And the cessation of wind or breeze, or a fast shutter speed.
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