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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 1:30 pm 
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Here are some flowers from where I work.

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any constructive critisisms are welcome.

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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 1:47 pm 
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Really nice pictures! :D

The last one looks weird, like a dry chili :p, ive never seen a flower like that!


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Very good i love the third one (daisys?) and the last one i'm pretty sure are dried chillies on the dead plant. Great photos.

Do you work with flowers and plants or did these grow near by?

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Great shots! I think the second one is a little overexposed though.

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hi J z great pictures.
would be interested in the lens,focal length you used.
Its nice to see such pictures from the other side of th world.
This is a picture of a weed, a dandelion, in my mind not a weed but a bright flower that will grow anywhere.
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Lovely photos and beautiful colours! What lens did you use for them?

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Very crisp with great colors!

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AudioXceL wrote:
The last one looks weird, like a dry chili :p, ive never seen a flower like that!


Sorry, that was dried up chillies.

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angelo.milioto wrote:
Very good i love the third one (daisys?) and the last one i'm pretty sure are dried chillies on the dead plant. Great photos.

Do you work with flowers and plants or did these grow near by?


Yes. Daisys and dried up Chillies...
I work with great people who loves flowers. We have some few flower beds in front of of our office and they come in early to tend the flowers and at lunch time as well. It is so nice to view these beautiful flowers especially during our break time.

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grahamnp wrote:
Great shots! I think the second one is a little overexposed though.


Thanks. I will try to not to over expose my next pictures.

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GCJ wrote:
would be interested in the lens,focal length you used.

regards GCJ


Sorry I forgot to include on my post. I used 28-135mm US IS canon lens. Shots were taken at 125mm. (if I'm not mistaken).

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