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Hycgelac Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Sep 2008Thu 30-Aug-12 03:53 PM
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"Hanging in There"


Oxford, US
          

I liked the position of the critter at the bottom contrasted with the white of the
blossom above. D80 with Nikkor 38-300, at f5, 1/1000, ISO 800.


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PAStime Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Feb 2009Thu 30-Aug-12 06:38 PM
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Great shot! I just went for a walk with my D7000 and Nikon 105 macro and appreciate the difficulty in getting a shot like this one! Peter

  

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philipl Gold Member Nikonian since 31st May 2007Fri 31-Aug-12 12:50 PM
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Very nice shot. I assume you took this a while back as those appear to be blueberry flowers which bloom in the spring

Philip

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