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Hermitage Oak

By Gomez
Taken at The Hermitage, Dunkeld, earlier this year (04/10/06).

We had recently bought a new lens, Sigma EX DG 24-70mm f/2.8 macro, and I wanted to try it out.

Whilst the dogs and I were waiting (patiently) for Fiona to finish taking shots of the cascading river near by, I spotted an oak laden with acorns and decided to snap away.

It's a great lens!

ISO 100, 1/160sec, f/3.5, Focal length 70mm.

Tags: Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Oak Perthshire Landscape and travel The hermitage Dunkeld Birnam

Voters: whipspeed, cheesey, terry_cavner and 4 more

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21 Nov 2006 2:15PM
Lovely composition! Good idea, very well caught!

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Iagree with all the above!!!!

21 Nov 2006 6:16PM
Oh really!!! Look forward to being allowed to use this new lens "we" had recently bought!!!

You know I like this one, anyway.
Gomez Plus
11 1 Scotland
21 Nov 2006 10:18PM
Yeeees, should explain, WE means beloved (FeePhoto) hasn't been allowed near the lens as I've been hogging it since new. Busted!

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