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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Dandelion

Something as simple as a weed can become a really cool photo. Who knew dandelions looked so neat close up? It reminds me of my favorite Pixar movie, A Bug's Life.

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10 comments:

  1. That's a really cool photo!

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  2. Wow, that is so cool! I love the water droplets :)

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  3. WOW! That is an absolutely stunning shot, Sereina!

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  4. Oh! How beautiful!! What a neat photo, Sereina!

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  5. this.
    is.
    gorgeous.
    i can't even begin to say.... just, wow.

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  6. This is stunning!

    Which leads me to a photography question. I'm looking at getting a new lens, but can only afford one right now. I see you have a 50mm lens and a 35mm lens. I've heard good reports on both, but as an owner, which would you suggest? I'd be thankful for your advice. :)

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  7. Megan: Thank you!

    Mary Ann: Why thank you! I didn't even notice the water droplets until I cropped the photo. They make the photo even better!

    Jenna: Thank you! Glad you like it. :)

    Natasha: Thank you so much! It's my favorite photo so far this year.

    Emma: Ah, thanks Emma!

    Kristen: Thanks! Both the 35mm and the 50mm are awesome lenses and I like them both for different reasons. I like the 50 better for details and things like food photography. However the 35mm is a much better everyday lens, since it's wider and is almost always on my camera. All the photos that I shared from our Disney Cruise were taken with the 35mm. I really like it for vacations and trips. Hopefully that will give you a better idea of what will work for you. :)

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  8. Wow, I would so hang this on my wall! Beautiful photo :-)

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  9. stunning macro! i love that you chose monochrome to show off the detail!

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  10. utterly beautiful! This is so gorgeous!

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