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Monday, September 19, 2011

Photography Practice

Now that I have enough decent-looking plants in my newly revived garden, I decided to have some fun practising my photography skills, especially macro and zooming. Here are the results.






















11 comments:

  1. Lots of terrific shots here today, but I just loved the last with of the dragonfly. Great macro work.

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  2. Wow! great shots! I fancy your photo with the lotus the most. The framing of your second photo is also nice(is that a tillandsia bloom?). Take care!

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  3. Good job Aaron, your plants seem to be alive again, and your photos are nice. Now i can already see the Nepenthes, somehow i wish to collect them too.

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  4. @Bernie

    Thanks a lot! The dragonfly was my first attempt at zooming.

    @kingdom

    Thanks too! Yes, that is a tillandsia bloom.

    @Andrea

    You've been so supportive of me, thanks! You should collect nepenthes (though start with easy hybrids first)

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  5. Very good! The shot of the tilly is my favourite :-D Now I wonder why mine has not bloomed yet.

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  6. Great shots, Aaron! I like all the photos. My favourite is the 4th one. Can't figure out what it is.

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  7. Great photos Aaron. Pretty blooms. You have to tell me what they are. Great capture on the dragonfly.

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  8. @Stephanie

    Thanks! Tillies are slow growers so they won't bloom frequently.

    @One

    Thanks! It's a lotus.

    @Becca

    Thanks too! They are the Madagascar periwinkle, tillandsia, tropical pitcher plant, lotus, hibiscus and angelonia.

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  9. Your garden is revived now with beautiful blooms!

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  10. @Toyin O.

    Thanks!!

    @Autumn Belle

    Thanks! Reviving it was a pain though..

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