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Golden November

By daringdaphne
While trying different exposures, I saw a man with a cannon, and had a chat with him; it was at this point he asked what did I want to take? "Tall grasses I said". "Try p he said. So here it is. Which leads me to think I had better try different exposures. Oh thanks for useful information, and tolerance. Very welcome. LOL

Daphne

Thanks to everyone that clicked.

Tags: General Gardens Flowers and plants Exbury Landscape and travel Tallgrasss Mexican grass

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cheesey 15 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 10:27AM
This is a lovely image. Great work.
Regards Cheesey.
KBan 16 512 4 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 10:47AM
good work Daph, looks good
keith Smile
imander 14 388 7 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 10:47AM
beautiful composition, looks really lovely
ian
CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
8 Nov 2007 11:13AM
A lovely composition, well captured. Carol
sunshot 16 24 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 11:25AM
excellent shot, great comp.well done.

marc.
JYBluesman 14 97
8 Nov 2007 12:11PM
A great golden November, super capture and colours. Jeff
GalleryGirl 13 4 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 12:55PM
Lovely image and colours
Marilyn x
derekv 14 3 England
8 Nov 2007 2:29PM
Beautiful shot, Daphne, love the contrasting colours.
Derek
MalcolmS Plus
15 1.2k 13 England
8 Nov 2007 4:53PM
Great collection of colours and shapes Daphne

Malcolm
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 5:25PM
Thanks Cheesey, Keith, Ian, Carol, Marc, Sunshot, Jeff, Marilyn, Derek, Malcom

Thank you for your kind comments I can't give up now because EP keeps the smile on my face. I look totally different. Happinness is hard to come by. So I'll look in late, when I've cooked the lamb and I'll come and see your work Lol

Daphne.
Norma Plus
15 7 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 6:20PM
Lovely range of greens Daphne

Norma
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2225 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 7:30PM
Neat botanical scene, Daphne, with differing tones and textures.
Do you have a polariser? It would hold your sky a bit better.
Wonderful colours love the hole setting.
Sam
MikeA 16 1.3k England
8 Nov 2007 8:02PM
Lovely range of greens and autumnal caolours captured here Daphne.

MikeA.
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 9:40PM
Pamla - I have on the camera a Hama Sky 1A (LA+10)M58 (1V) I don't know whether it's anti glare or a light filter.

Thanks for that Daphne
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2007 9:43PM
Thanks MIke: what a difference that makes wow, it's so much more lively in colour to the left Thanks again.

Daphne
brownsilent 14 7 2 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2007 10:45AM
Very nice,
Johanna
bayleaf 13 8 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2007 7:30PM
Another great composition.

Lovely work Daphne.

John.
GPTek 15 460 1 England
10 Nov 2007 11:28PM
Another interesting one from Exbury

Geoff
13 Nov 2007 12:03PM
Beautifully framed autumn portrait, grace any callender
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2007 8:44PM
Sammyo: thanks for that lovely comment.

Thanks Geoff.

Thanks John.
Digicat 14 127
13 Nov 2007 10:08PM
it's lovely - you've got difficult light conditions here as the pampas is very white against the green - normally you could meter off the grass or the back or your hand but best to keep looking at your histogram in these conditions and try and keep it central and not right up the right hand side.
Pegon 15 78 1 England
15 Nov 2007 8:16PM
Lovely colours and well composed Daphne. Good shot.
Pete.
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2008 8:21PM
Digicat: Thanks you so much, think I'll write out these tips, for you have sussed me out, I don't know what I'm doing. Great, thanks a bundle.

Pete: thanks for this lovely comment.

Thanks to everyone who came on and marked this for me. I have been rather puzzled with th new camera. This shot was courtesy of a passing gentleman , who, at the time said put it on P. This was the result. I normally use Auto\:but was getting too much white out

Daphne

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