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Mike B in OKlahoma
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blurry flowers

Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »


While I was at Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge in Southwestern Oklahoma the past two weekends, the wildflowers were out in full force, and it was windy. I was determined to make something good out of that combination, and this is the best so far. I don't think Picasso is too worried about my competition, though.

180mm macro lens
1/4 second @ f/32
ISO 100, +2/3 exposure compensation
Mike Broderick
Oklahoma City, OK, USA

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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

You know flowers used to look like that when grandpaw passed gas but you are a bit more creative than grandpaw. Unusual to say the least Mike. :D

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Post by twebster »

Who turned Van Gogh loose with a camera :?: :shock: :D Looks like the conditions in which I was trying to shoot dragonflies, yesterday. Photographing blowing flowers can be a lot of fun and create some unusal images. :D
Tom Webster

Phoenix "The Valley of the Sun", Arizona, USA

The worst day photographing dragonflies is better than the best day working! :)

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