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Verbascum

By Sue_R  
Yet another pic of some of the flowers in our garden. Running out of flowers to photograph here now so hoping my shoulder will be up to going out to take landscape photos again soon as there's still no way I could carry my camera equipment yet.

Saw the physio today and she said I may be able to return to work in about a month's time so fingers crossed that she's right because it's still very uncomfortable at the moment.

Thanks for all your votes and comments on my recent uploads. They really are much appreciated.

Tags: Flowers General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Verbascum

Voters: lifesnapper, BillyGoatGruff, RichPitman and 32 more

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Comments


15 Sep 2010 6:07PM
A lovely looking plant Sue, and very nicely photographed. Good dof again, and a lovely BG., i'm glad you didn't wash out the natural BG and make it one block of colour. this works much better for me as it is.
And I hope you're able to get back to your landscapes very soon, but don't give up on other forms of photography, your Flower pic's are really lovely.

John SmileX

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NobbytheNobster 10 33 5 England
15 Sep 2010 6:32PM
Lovely coulrs and great dof & presentation.
Nice one Sue...Ricky Smile
acousticmist 9 10 1 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2010 6:37PM
A lovely image.....Martin
Richsr 12 91 223 England
15 Sep 2010 7:12PM
Good details and colours in this Sue, stand away from the background well.
Regards Richard
SteveMoulding 10 3 7 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2010 8:07PM
Lovely, well composed shot. Excellent colour and detail.
Steve.
15 Sep 2010 9:28PM
Hope to see you in tip top shape soon sue
NeilWigan 9 17 16 England
15 Sep 2010 9:58PM
good DOF creates the 3D effect well shot.
cantona43 Plus
13 926 4 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2010 11:41PM
a superb shot with an excellent dof and colour
Neil
16 Sep 2010 8:35AM
Nice colour and detail in this Sue, I wonder if you shot any using your lens at a large aperture reducing the dof and making a small part leap out as sharp?
Glad to hear you're making progress Sue, times like this it's a good idea to use one camera and one lens, leave all the stuff we "have" to carry in the heavy backpack at home.

Dougie
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 12 England
16 Sep 2010 9:19AM
A very lovely capture, Sue, it has the look of being covered in frost! I do enjoy your beautiful landscapes, but you are producing some wonderful flower images, and it's a real pleasure to view these, too.
Glad to hear your shoulder's improving, but do take care and don't overdo it with heavy equipment.
TrevB Smile
dmhuynh72 11 44 3 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2010 9:37AM
shallow DOF worked so well for this image Sue, nice lighting and detail too.

Good to hear you're recovering well Sue,
regards
Yung
Cor 10 Belgium
16 Sep 2010 8:09PM
Etheral an d beautyful image +++++
cor

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