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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Mon 02-Mar-09 05:21 AM
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"March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
Sat 02-May-09 07:47 AM by James23p

Memphis, US
          

OK forum lets see those Spring in bloom shots!

Rules:
--Post as many images as you like but only one image/post
--Include shooting info like lens, white balance, filters used…
--Previously posted images are welcome
--When posting images please do so by hitting the ‘Reply’ link below this top post, not the reply link to another post.
--Include a title in the subject line when you post

Have fun all Jim


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#1. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Midland, US
          

Red Bud tree in bloom



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North Hero, US
          

My Wife took this yesterday





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TampaBay, US
          

Flower of the Sea
D60 with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR AF-S DX Nikkor staked with a 50mm
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Nice Zoanthids! Which one are they? I am a reefer also Hence my screen name. although I have no tank at the present time.
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Thanks. Neon Eyes.

>Nice Zoanthids! Which one are they? I am a reefer also Hence
>my screen name. although I have no tank at the present time.
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#4. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Spring Blossoms & Butterfly ~ Moth.




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Orange Blossems
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F/8; 1/200, ISO 200; +0.03 EV comp. Diffused light in commercial nursery.


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#7. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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US
          

Flower from my backyard garden.

Shot with my D40x.
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ISO 800.


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#9. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Does this not exclude all those members in the southern hemisphere seeing as it is now autumn closing on winter down there?

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#28. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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You'll need to post your Spring pictures in 6 months time!!!!

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US
          

Here's another flowers in bloom shot I took a couple of days ago.

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#11. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Blooms of Bradford Pear Tree in front yard.



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Carrollton, US
          

Flowers blooming at local park.



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dtlara Registered since 31st Jan 2009Sat 14-Mar-09 02:36 AM
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US
          

Yet another bloomer...

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US
          

This was shot using a +3 close up filter on my 18-55mm.
I cropped it from the original shot.

Nikon D40x
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ISO 100

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#15. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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UK
          

Took this a couple of weeks ago. There is something about almond blossom that I find really attractive but I have never yet taken a picture of it I am really happy with.
D60 50mm 1.8 1/500 f8 ISO 400






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#16. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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UK
          

Another Almond blossom shot this time a D50. 1/1000 f5.6 ISO 200


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#17. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Another trip to a local park, red tulips.





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E Smith Registered since 20th Mar 2008Fri 20-Mar-09 11:07 PM
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#18. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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North Hero, US
          

Went for a walk today D50 70-300 VR .


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E Smith Registered since 20th Mar 2008Sat 21-Mar-09 03:35 PM
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North Hero, US
          

Triplits'''

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US
          

How do I upload images? Everytime I try It says the image is to big. I have a d60 do I have it on the wrong settings when I am taking pictures. The picture That I justtried to upload was taken with the camera set on image quality normal jpeg and image size large. please help I really want to submit photos. I also have the same problem with my gallery.

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#70. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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White Plains, US
          


JoI'm also having trouble posting a shot. It says the file is too big for my jpeg shot. Can anyone help me?

  

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Sun 22-Mar-09 06:03 PM by rikewoo

UK
          

Daffodils growing on a bank near my home, here in the UK.

Nikon D40x, Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro lens. ISO 100, 1/250 sec, f13. EV -0.3. UV filter, handheld. Aperture Priority, Center weighted metering. WB Auto. Cropped for better composition. Small USM for upload


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UK
          

In a local community park, the Camellias and the Magnolias are growing beautifully.

Nikon D40x, Sigma 150mm, f2.8 Macro lens.
ISO 400, 1/200 sec, f9.0, Aperture Priority, WB auto. EV -0.3 Handheld

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paul619 Registered since 07th Jan 2009Mon 23-Mar-09 02:18 AM
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US
          

I think I did this right. Spring in Athens Texas.


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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Tue 24-Mar-09 02:12 AM
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#24. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Tue 24-Mar-09 02:17 AM by twofortamu

Carrollton, US
          

Close-up of a yellow flower.





Nikon D60
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Terry Beeson Registered since 01st Dec 2008Tue 24-Mar-09 06:47 PM
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#25. "Jonquils"
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Nixa, US
          

When I see "jonquils" blooming, I know spring is on the way. You probably call these something else, but when wild, they are called Jonquils around here. These were in my MIL's front yard.


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Terry Beeson Registered since 01st Dec 2008Tue 24-Mar-09 06:55 PM
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#26. "Spring blooms"
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Another bush in my MIL's yard. Not sure what this one is, but sure does have pretty white blooms!!


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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Thu 26-Mar-09 01:02 PM
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#27. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Thu 26-Mar-09 01:03 PM by LL49Wat

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I took this of a weed in the backyard. I didn't even notice the walking stick until I put the pictures on the computer--I thought it was just a sprouting stem at first.

I got new glasses a week later!

D40x
Iso and white balance auto
18-55 mm Nikon DX lens

This settings are somewhat iffy as information was lost with transfer to new computer.
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rikewoo Registered since 23rd Nov 2007Sat 28-Mar-09 02:33 PM
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#29. "Crocus garland"
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UK
          

Crocus grow on our local church green every year, this year they are more prolific than usual.

Nikon D40x, Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro. ISO 200, 1/125 sec, f11, EV -0.3, UV filter, Auto WB, Center weighted metering.


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harirulez Registered since 29th Mar 2009Sun 29-Mar-09 09:53 AM
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#30. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Sun 29-Mar-09 09:55 AM by harirulez

DE
          

F-Stop : f/5.6
Exposure Time : 1/100 second
ISO level : 400
Focal length : 105 mm
Max Aperture : 5

No flash

http://lh3.ggpht.com/_dbvDfYnxFDs/Sc8vt4a03jI/AAAAAAAAE_E/w4cOfOR3Zew/DSC_0201.JPG

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KalamaMike Registered since 08th Feb 2009Sun 29-Mar-09 11:55 PM
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#31. "Cherry Blossoms"
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US
          

D40 F8, 1/110, ISO 200, 18-55mm. Just warming up enough today for them to pop open!

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ScottPhill Registered since 31st Mar 2009Tue 31-Mar-09 01:58 PM
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#32. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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http://picasaweb.google.com/ScottP2007/CherryBlossomFestivalWashingtonDC#5319120387738494882

http://picasaweb.google.com/ScottP2007/CherryBlossomFestivalWashingtonDC#5319120678203207618


d40, 55mm, Cloudy, f/10.0, EB -0.33

  

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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Wed 01-Apr-09 02:32 PM
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#33. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!--Button Reds"
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Wed 01-Apr-09 02:34 PM by LL49Wat

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Taken at Campbell's Covered Bridge near Landrum, South Carolina. These tiny blooms seem to be buttons stuck on the branch.

Shot in March 2009
D40x
18-55 mm F/3.5-5.6G lens
Focus Mode--AF-A
Aprture--F/5.6
Shutter speed--1/125
O EV
Metering Mode: multi-Pattern
Iso 100
WB--auto
Front Curtain Flash sync
Built-in iTTL flash


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Engine Registered since 04th Jan 2008Sat 04-Apr-09 04:39 PM
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#34. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Sat 04-Apr-09 04:55 PM by Engine

Stillwater, US
          




The Spring season is late in comming. The picture was taken this morning out my home office window. One of these would look good on my table tonight, but...
I wish it was bright and sunny.....snow is in the forecast tonight.

The dteails:
D40X
200mm Focal length
F7.1 Aperture @ 1/60
Shutter priority
Matrix metering

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coop5885 Registered since 02nd Apr 2009Sat 04-Apr-09 11:30 PM
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#35. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Sat 04-Apr-09 11:34 PM by coop5885

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First flower to bloom at my house this year! Nice to have new subject material.

Nikon D40
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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Sun 05-Apr-09 02:39 AM
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#36. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!--Bug Eyes"
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Spartanburg, US
          

Here's a fun one for everyone.
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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Sun 05-Apr-09 02:45 AM
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#37. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!--Get to work!"
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Spartanburg, US
          

Spring is so beautiful, but it also means there is lots of work to do. I shot some pictures of the work day at church. I chose this one because the angles of the sprayer and the racks.
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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Sun 05-Apr-09 02:47 AM
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#38. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!--Purple"
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Spartanburg, US
          

I have no idea whether or not this is Wisteria or something else. It grows on a plant in my neighbor's yard.
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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Sun 05-Apr-09 02:48 AM
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#39. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!--White Dogwood"
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Spartanburg, US
          

There are many beautiful spring flowers and flowering trees. But here in the South, spring does not arrive until the dogwood blooms.
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Oxyminoan Registered since 02nd Apr 2009Mon 06-Apr-09 08:44 AM
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#40. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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I'm completely new to SLRs and photography in general, so forgive the amateurishness. Love the site...I've learned so much in the last week of reading.

I must have taken 20-30 photos of this same scene on different settings. (I'm new, so I'm still experimenting with EVERYTHING) I really love how this one turned out though. The lighting and shadows were just perfect.

d40x, 18-55mm VR lens at 52mm, 100 ISO, 1/40 exposure, 8.0 Aperture, UV filter

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Can't get it to embed for some reason. Oh well. Tips and criticisms are more than welcome.

  

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plc001 Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Sep 2008Tue 07-Apr-09 02:39 PM
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#41. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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TampaBay, US
          

Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival
D60 Focal Length: 18mm 1/80s f22


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bsteelhammer Registered since 05th Apr 2009Wed 08-Apr-09 11:58 AM
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#42. "Bluebonnet & Honey Bee"
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Greetings, I'm new to these forums as well as photography.

I am still within my first week as a D60 owner and am in the process of learning as much as I can absorb.

This shot is hastily snapped while out scouting for shooting locations. The lighting was not great, my position relative to the sun was not great and I decided to attempt this shot after coming out of a densly wooded area.

I'm sure, as I progress, I will learn to quicly make the neccessary adjustments in these situations and hope to have higher quality shots to post in the future.


In the event the image does not post (again) I am including a link to the image in my fledgling gallery:

http://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showphoto.php/photo/166913/size/big/cat//ppuser/235103

Nikon D60, AF-S DX Zoom 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED (@200mm), Shutter 1/800, ISO 1600




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DeanAZ Moderator Expert nature photographer Nikonian since 28th Apr 2007Sat 11-Apr-09 07:19 AM
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#43. "Cholla Bloom"
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Phoenix, US
          

Many of the cacti are flowering about now in the desert and the Palo Verde trees are in full bloom and make a great backdrop.

D40 F/10 1/250s
Sigma 18-200 @ 116mm OS on


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Cypdevil Registered since 11th Apr 2009Sat 11-Apr-09 02:50 PM
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#44. "Error, sorry"
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Sat 11-Apr-09 02:54 PM by Cypdevil

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Sorry!!!

  

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Cypdevil Registered since 11th Apr 2009Sat 11-Apr-09 02:55 PM
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#45. "20 wild flowers"
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CY
          

I've put 20 photos of wild flowers taken just outside my back garden gate, t'other day at wildflowers

They are not all good photos, but they give a taste of the variety found in Cyprus. They were all taken with a D40 with standard 18-55 mm lens, 200 ISO 1/250 f5.6-11, cropped and resized down to 640 px in Ulead PhotoImpact

  

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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Mon 13-Apr-09 04:37 AM
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#46. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Here in Texas the bluebonnets are blooming and this is one picture of many that I captured.






Nikon D60
Raw 12-bit, 17-55mm F2.8G, 52mm focal length
F/14, 1/80s, Aperture Priority, Center-Weighted metering
ISO 100, Auto white balance
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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Mon 13-Apr-09 04:47 AM
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#47. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Here are some of the yellow blooms with the Texas bluebonnets.






Nikon D60
Raw 12-bit, 17-55mm F2.8G, 17mm focal length
F/5, 1/640s, Aperture Priority, Center-Weighted metering
ISO 100, Auto white balance
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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Wed 15-Apr-09 04:58 AM
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#48. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Wed 15-Apr-09 05:08 AM by gkhover

Libertyville, US
          

Snowdrop





This snowdrop was the first to bloom in my front yard earlier this month.

Taken with a D40, Sigma 105 mm lens at f/8, 1/1000 sec. ISO-800


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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Wed 15-Apr-09 05:02 AM
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#49. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Wed 15-Apr-09 05:09 AM by gkhover

Libertyville, US
          

Violets in bloom








These violets were among the only spring bloomers at the Chicago Botanic Garden that weren't curled up in a ball to escape the cold!

Taken with a D40 with a Sigma 105 mm lens at F/5, 1/500, ISO 400.


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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Wed 15-Apr-09 05:07 AM
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#50. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Wed 15-Apr-09 05:10 AM by gkhover

Libertyville, US
          

Beaten by the cold







This poor dwarf iris has been beaten down by all the cold weather we've had in the Chicago area. It's been snowed on, sleeted on and rained on. It's amazing it's still standing.


Taken with a D40, Sigma 105 mm lens at f/7.1, 1/250 sec. with ISO 400.

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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Wed 15-Apr-09 05:19 AM
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#51. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Fri 17-Apr-09 05:07 AM by gkhover

Libertyville, US
          

Another bloomer






Not sure what this is...perhaps an anemone? Taken on the same cold, windy day the previous photos were taken.

Taken with D40, Sigma 105 mm macro, f/5.6 at 1/640 sec.

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DiBosco Registered since 05th Oct 2008Thu 16-Apr-09 03:40 PM
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#52. "Unkown flower of the alps!"
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UK
          

I am cuurrently on holiday in the spectacular French alps (Haute Savoie region) and came upon this flower earlier in the week when it wasn't pouring down like it is today!

I don't know what it is, but it's a nice purpley-blue colour and I like the white anthers that add a bit of interest.

Taken with a D40x, 105mm VR Nikkor at f/7.1, 1/125s on a Gitzo GT3531/Markins Q10 combination.


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DiBosco Registered since 05th Oct 2008Fri 17-Apr-09 07:45 PM
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#53. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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UK
          

We were in Yvoire today - a beautiful little village on the edge of Lake Geneva - and saw these flowers which are very pretty. I love the rich colours at the centre.

Nikon D40x, Nikkor 105mm VR (VR off!) at f/5.6 1/100s on a Gitzo GT3531 and Markins Q10.


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#54. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Fairfield, US
          

Spring Bouquet:

D50
18-135mm @ 38mm
f/5.6
1/125s
iso 200

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scizzy1 Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Apr 2009Sun 19-Apr-09 02:36 AM
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#55. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Sun 19-Apr-09 02:47 AM by scizzy1

Philadelphia,pa, US
          

D60 W/18-55MM LENS F4.5 1/125 ISO 800


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rmichael Registered since 23rd Apr 2009Fri 01-May-09 03:39 AM
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#56. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Homestead, US
          


I own a D60, but I had my Kodak with me at the time I saw this shot I used an Eastman Kodak Z650 Digatal zoom. I shot it at f/2.8,1/400,ISO 80

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#57. "RE: March/April photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Memphis, US
          

The pics are so good I am going to extend this one more month.

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#58. "Cholla Flower"
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Phoenix, US
          

D40 F/10 1/400s
Sigma 18-200 @ 200mm OS


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rmichael Registered since 23rd Apr 2009Sun 03-May-09 03:48 AM
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#59. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Homestead, US
          

http://images.nikonians.org/galleries/data/500/medium/unknown_flower_2.jpg. This was taken with my Eastman Kodak Digital Zoom that I had with me at the time. Taken at f/4, 1/500/ ISO 80, center waighted, auto mode. A great small fixed lens camera.

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#60. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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UK
          

Daisies.

Nikon D60 with standard 18-55mm lens and SB600 Flash
Focal length @ 55mm
F5.6
1/160 shutter speed
Matrix Metering
ISO100

Flash set to Front Curtain -0.3ev

Only edited in NX2 for colour and exposure. Colour Mode IIIa.
Pretty sure no fx used.



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#61. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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UK
          

Flowers.

Nikon D60 Standard 18-55mm lens SB600 flash
f5.6
1/125
ISO100

Fill Flash -0/3ev

Edited in Adobe Lightroom (cannot access info of what I did right now...) Colour was bleached out and a cold tone added...




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htan Silver Member Nikonian since 05th May 2009Tue 12-May-09 04:46 PM
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#63. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Tue 12-May-09 05:01 PM by htan

Ringoes, US
          

White Swan Nesting

D60
Nikon 18-200mm VR @200mm/VR-ON
ISO 200
F/5.6
Speed 1/640
Auto Mode


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#64. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Tue 12-May-09 05:28 PM by htan

Ringoes, US
          

Bee (Cropped 50%)

D60
Nikon 18-200mm VR @200mm/VR-ON
ISO 400
F/5.6
Shutter 1/2000
Aperture Mode


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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Wed 13-May-09 05:28 AM
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#65. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

This is actually a store bought plant, but the flowers produce great images. This shot and the next (3) are taken in the same setting.

Nikon D60
Raw 12-bit, 17-55mm F2.8G, 40mm focal length
F/8, 1/30s, Aperture Priority, Matrix metering
ISO 125, Auto white balance
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#66. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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US
          

A flower from our apricot tree.
I especially like this one because of the bee.


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#67. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Sat 16-May-09 09:30 AM by jheard

US
          

D50, AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D, f/1.8, 1/1600, ISO 200
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#68. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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US
          

D50, AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D, f/1.8, 1/2000, ISO 1600
Minor color adjustments in Apple Aperture


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DonnaJRiley Registered since 07th Nov 2008Sat 16-May-09 06:15 PM
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#69. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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This is my daughter Maggie posing in a beautiful tree we found while on an outing one day.

I used my D60
48mm
F5.6
1/125
iso 100


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DonnaJRiley Registered since 07th Nov 2008Sat 16-May-09 09:39 PM
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#71. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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US
          

This is a mother goose protecting her nest of eggs. She made her nest right along the edge of the lake in front of my mother-in-laws home. I can't believe she let me get this close.

Taken with my Nikon D60
55-200mm Nikkor VR lens
90mm focal length
F5
1/400
ISO 100


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zukester Registered since 17th Jul 2008Wed 20-May-09 03:11 AM
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#73. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Southbury, US
          

My friend violet. Up close.



From the Chilly Northeast Spring

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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Wed 20-May-09 07:42 AM
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#74. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Second picture of three taken that day of these orchids.

Nikon D60
Raw 12-bit, 17-55mm F2.8G, 40mm focal length
F/3.5, 1/125s, Aperture Priority, Matrix metering
ISO 100, Auto white balance, -1.0EV
Picture reworked with Capture NX2
Copyright 2009 – Michael Stubbs, USA


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twofortamu Registered since 02nd Feb 2009Wed 20-May-09 07:49 AM
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#75. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Carrollton, US
          

Last picture of the orchids.

Nikon D60
Raw 12-bit, 17-55mm F2.8G, 40mm focal length
F/5, 1/100s, Aperture Priority, Matrix metering
ISO 100, Auto white balance, -1.0EV
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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Thu 21-May-09 02:09 AM
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#76. "Gerbera Daisy"
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Libertyville, US
          

Orange Lollipop Gerbera Daisy. Shot with a Sigma 105 macro lens on my D40 at f/6.3 at 1/800th sec with an ISO of 200. Originally shot in RAW format.


  

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rmichael Registered since 23rd Apr 2009Thu 21-May-09 02:42 AM
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#77. "RE: Gerbera Daisy"
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Homestead, US
          

Beautiful color, where do these grow? Thanks, Mike

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gkhover Silver Member Nikonian since 11th Apr 2008Thu 21-May-09 05:32 AM
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Libertyville, US
          

They really are something, aren't they? I actually have the plant on my deck in a pot. It's a hybrid Gerbera Daisy. I bought it at my local Chicago-area Lowe's. I couldn't wait to get it home and take a picture. I waited until late afternoon to get the light right.


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bud12 Registered since 13th Oct 2008Thu 21-May-09 02:09 PM
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#79. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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White Plains, US
          

Somehow the three pictures I have submitted are not getting posted despite the messages I received that the photos were sent.They were the right size but I don't get what has happened. Did I not post enough info. about them. Is that the problem? Can anyone help me with understanding what has happened? The first accepted posting was already about four days ago.
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old_radios Registered since 14th Mar 2008Tue 26-May-09 03:16 AM
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Let me know what you think of this image I took in my backyard this weekend.
Thanks!

Nikon d40x
Sigma 70-300
195mm
f5
1/200 sec

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Mon 01-Jun-09 08:59 AM
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#81. "RE: March/April/May photo post, Spring in bloom!"
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Memphis, US
          

Great stuff I will get the voting up in a few days. Thanks for a great post!

Jim

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