Learn How To Photograph Waterfalls With Wide-Angle Lenses
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barbarahirst 14 27 12 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2013 5:44PM
love it as is ....
ColleenA Plus
10 508 11 Australia
14 Sep 2013 5:51PM
A great macro, such a beauty, well captured
kish123 12 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2013 5:56PM
Great shot the colours are beautiful.
great macro shot. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
12 6.1k 130 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2013 6:25PM
An image which for me works so very well, great colour and pin sharp detail, "what more can I ask for?"

Regards Nathan Grin
14 Sep 2013 7:14PM
An incredibly well taken and well detailed image, Kel!

johnlw 16 1 10 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2013 2:13PM
Hi Kel I was out shooting till bed time yesterday so I didn't get many votes done a really great macro
This one.
Regards John?
KingBee Plus
17 569 2 Scotland
15 Sep 2013 5:06PM
Stunning detail. A truly superb image.


almiles 13 38 102 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2013 1:49PM
Not over the top, the colour and detail are excellent. Just a bit too much depth of field to blur the background: from this angle the insect is all on one plane so you can still get a sharp subject using a wider aperture and therefore get better background blur. Something I'm sure you are familiar with now since this photo was taken a year ago. Smile

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