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blackrabbit33 for me so far...great shot!!

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have found this assignment for trees very hard, i have seen so many wonderful trees.the one below was what i originally intended to submit,i went out early in morning to take the photo when it was bathed in the early morning sunlight and it reminds me of an untidy looking stringy floor mop, but whilst returning home i saw the one i have now submitted, each beautiful in there own way, so hope its ok to put this on here. its an also ran (haha) naniani :D
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Top Cat, your submission made me smile. Thanx.

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Great shot dryan2! Really nice angle and setting!


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Top Cat, your submission made me smile. Thanx.


Ta v much, I like it!


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Reading this assignment reminded me that I should take some photos of my big hazel tree (mostly they are shrubs). I didn’t plan to post them because it’s hard to show proper details when you got max 500 pixel. But among my shots I found one that due to the light let you see the fine “hairs” on the uppermost husk (the nut involucre). Close up on the hairs:
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Look carefully into the submitted photo and you can see the small hairs :D
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Obviously the husk hairs are only a few pixels long, but to capture them in a normal shot shown in an uncropped (thus resized) 500x400pixel resolution is worth seeing I think.

BTW: The hazel nuts from my (common) hazel tree taste a lot fresher than the small Turkish hazel nuts one usually can buy in the shops 8)


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Nice one Thomas! Like it a lot.

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Yeah, the colour is great. Good work!


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Thomas, love the brilliant green in "Lil tree".

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I must say I'm all tree'd out and looking forward to the urban jungle instead.
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What do you guys think of my shot.. feedback??


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What do you guys think of my shot.. feedback??

Were is it? I couldn't find it in the forum


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What do you guys think of my shot.. feedback??

Were is it? I couldn't find it in the forum


No its on the submission thread :D page 4


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 4:32 am 
Sorry about that, my bad :oops:
Good photo well exposed but seams to me to be a little cluttered, there is nothing that draws your eye in. Just my opinion though.


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emp93 wrote:
What do you guys think of my shot.. feedback??


nice shot Dan but for me the focus is a bit too high up, may be the use of a smaller aperture would have helped with some extra depth of field.
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