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Nigella's Pod

By jadus      

The starlings have now left the garden, so I have turned to the seed pods for inspiration!

This is a Nigella seed pod. The colouring comes from my having discovered the cyanotype button in the camera Grin

Off to the rugby later, it's going to be a muddy one.


Tags: Specialist and abstract Nigella Seed pod Wildlife and nature Cyano type

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barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2015 11:36AM
I love it in this colour
Lots of great poccies this afternoon then
ddolfelin Plus
10 103 3 Wales
3 Jan 2015 11:44AM
Keep your camera dry!
Great, original, study today.
what a beautiful photo, great colours and detail. superb photography SmileSmileSmileSmile
3 Jan 2015 12:33PM
Could be Nigella pud. I reckon she eats a lot of that.

Have a good day with the rufty-tuftys!
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2015 12:45PM
Excellent close-up, boldly graphic.
All the time I had my D7000 I was unaware that it possessed a cyanotype setting. I expect my D7100 has one too. I'm a real stick-in-the-mud (though not from playing rugby Blush)
jadus 10 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2015 1:15PM
Hey Bill we have the same cameras! I will now have to check the D7100 to see if i can find that setting.
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 172 16 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2015 3:57PM
It has more than just cyanotype Jade, it has a least 9 toneing settings.Smile

Source 11
3 Jan 2015 11:30PM
Superb and striking!
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Chinga Plus
11 61 3 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 11:53AM
Happy to be 30th here! Love the colour.
Marvelous subject and angle... Grin

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