Spring flowers

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Spring flowers

Post by microcollector »

I took these after getting home from work today. Nikon D50 with 105 Micro Nikkor and built in flash.
First strawberry bloom


Wild violet
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Post by beetleman »

Wonderful pictures Doug... I like the shape of the Trillium and the purple veins on the violet. I am soooo glad it is spring.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Beautiful shots there DougM :D . The wildflowers around here have succumbed to the sudden change in weather. However, things are due to warm back up starting the 9th of April so they will be back soon...I hope. :D

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Post by Danny »

fresh, clean and crisp Doug. Nice colours and good ratio's. I would only suggest to maybe diffuse the lighting a little. Just to make it a bit softer, just IMO.

All the best Doug, very nice. :D

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