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Englands Beautiful Bluebells

JudithAnn
Posted 20/06/2019 - 09:51 Link
I cannot get enough of the beauty that I captured in the UK. I am spending many hours view, tweaking and simply remembering all the amazing landscape I captured.

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Algernon
Posted 20/06/2019 - 10:20 Link
These are all great and well presented as a set.

Love the lighting on the baby shot and hope you print it as a nice big framed picture for your wall.

Glad you enjoyed what was even for the UK a cold wet period. Only now does it seem to be looking anything like summer.

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alfpics
Posted 20/06/2019 - 11:41 Link
Algernon wrote:
These are all great and well presented as a set.

Love the lighting on the baby shot and hope you print it as a nice big framed picture for your wall.

Glad you enjoyed what was even for the UK a cold wet period. Only now does it seem to be looking anything like summer.

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I agree - I also like the isolated bluebell with oof background!
Andy
tyronet2000
Posted 20/06/2019 - 12:50 Link
A lovely set and agree with comments already made. The bluebells are a bit of a tourist attraction in many places but won't have them in the garden as they are worse than weeds to control
Regards
Stan

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AlJones2402
Posted 20/06/2019 - 15:53 Link
Agree with all above comments. The 1st is magical and is a must to be mounted on a wall. 👌
davidstorm
Posted 20/06/2019 - 23:13 Link
A glorious set of images, looks like you enjoyed your time in the UK!

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David
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pschlute
Posted 21/06/2019 - 01:08 Link
Really like the third one. So glad you enjoyed your trip.
JudithAnn
Posted 21/06/2019 - 02:55 Link
Thank you all.... did anyone notice the spider on the single flower.... What a great camera the K1 II is. I never saw the spider until processing!

regards: JA
richandfleur
Posted 21/06/2019 - 04:43 Link
#1 really gets the attention, I think the human element really add to the magic in some landscape shots if well done.

You've done well to get some foreground blur, then a fairly deep section in focus (both flowers ahead of child/tree), and then back to a full blur of the background.
Algernon
Posted 21/06/2019 - 08:31 Link
JudithAnn wrote:
Thank you all.... did anyone notice the spider on the single flower.... What a great camera the K1 II is. I never saw the spider until processing!

regards: JA

I did and thought you had included it as part of the composition

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