"Macro Art In Nature"

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“Seasons End” – Macro

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“Seasons End”

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March 14, 2007 - Posted by | abstract, art, blog, botanical, canon, composition, Digital, DSLR, Fine Art Nature Photography, flora, flowers, hiking, horticulture, landscapes, life, macro, Macro Photographer, nature, Nature Photographer, outdoors, paintings, Photo Blog, photoblog, photography, photoshop | , , , , ,

12 Comments

  1. Simple. Graceful. The soft, muted colors work perfectly. I like it!

    Happy shooting…

    Comment by Photo Buffet | March 14, 2007

  2. Nicely captured! Happy shooting :)

    Comment by sil63 | March 14, 2007

  3. Absolutely beautiful!

    Comment by janina | March 14, 2007

  4. Love the golden tones, nice bokeh.

    Comment by Solaria | March 15, 2007

  5. Just found your blog. Everything I have seen is just
    stunning.

    Comment by ktrn | March 15, 2007

  6. a fantastic shot. absolutely my taste!

    have a good time, mike. i know you will return with great shots.

    Comment by sabinche | March 16, 2007

  7. Just want to say Congratulations on being featured over at Photoblogs.org. However, they linked to your blogspot blog, rather than this new one…

    Comment by S- | March 17, 2007

  8. great, as usual composition, a wonderful shot

    Comment by fabrizio | March 18, 2007

  9. This is cool. I have a slight curiosity if that highlight on the left was directly behind the seedpod…hmmm.

    Comment by Mark | March 18, 2007

  10. Love the muted colors here … very nice composition. excellent shot.

    Comment by Intern | March 18, 2007

  11. Thanks gang!

    Mark, you can see three highlights in the background but when shooting it, I only could see two.
    The highlights are from some moisture on the grassy areas alongside the fields.
    I tried to position the brighter highlight behind the spent head, but then I lost the smoother background because of some shadow areas in the background that was a bit to much contrast for my tastes, … so I shot it like this.
    I do have a vertical as well of a different spent head, but could not get that highlight like I wanted it behind that one neither! :)

    Comment by macroartinnature | March 20, 2007

  12. I enjoy this…..

    Comment by Charlie | March 30, 2007


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