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Snowdrops at Blythburgh Church

By Moying
I saw these beautiful snowdrops growing next to the church and tried a different viewpoint by putting the camera under the flowers using the zoom at it's widest angle (25mm). It was a bit trial and error and this one was the best of the bunch.

Tags: Suffolk Snowdrop Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Blythburgh

Voters: faraidoon, PattiW, Martin54 and 27 more

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faraidoon 13 1 Afghanistan
23 Feb 2009 1:05PM
stunning shot, looking so great and alive.

PattiW 15 24 2 United States
23 Feb 2009 1:07PM
Yes, this works well, I like this angle, it is quite creative!
Martin54 Plus
15 547 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 1:11PM
Hi Moying, your little camera is certainly turning out some great results. This is a superb close up shot with an interesting perspective.
Hanners 15 875 10 Ireland
23 Feb 2009 1:17PM
love the dynamic composition, very well thought out and executed Smile
donnagreen 12 5 1 Scotland
23 Feb 2009 1:23PM
Beautiful exposure!
KathyW 17 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
23 Feb 2009 1:29PM
Good experiment which worked out really well Smile
I really like this one!
Adam_H 13 62 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 1:43PM
Smashing image well captured, a massive thumbs up from me. I think the shot worked very well indeed.
23 Feb 2009 3:37PM
Different angle on snowdrops. Good shot.

Ali Smile
karenO 12 3 1 England
23 Feb 2009 3:59PM
Great perspective
Ayelet_A 12 11 3 Israel
23 Feb 2009 4:00PM
Excellent POV and light.

Plossl 13 147 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 5:09PM
It looks like they are looking down on the viewer A nice idea well executed
clive burrow 17 71 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 7:25PM
Very nice Moying, love the low point of view.
KarlC 14 17 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 11:35PM
What an angle! Clik Click!
looboss 14 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2009 4:33PM
I saw you taking these Smile nice one!
26 Feb 2009 4:17PM
Nice image Moying and taken at an interesting angle exposing the green centres which are missed with a straight on shot.
Thanks for your comment on my primrose pic.

Moying 12 England
1 Mar 2009 10:03PM
Thanks for all your kind comments everyone!
It's given me more confidence to try out different ideas with my little camera.

davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
12 Jun 2010 10:19AM
Excellent & very original photograph.

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