Where do Little Apples Come From?
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-04-30 4:41]
Excellent macro Robert. These flowers are very sharp, and the stamens so easy to see. I love the colours, especially the pink edges of the petals. Good job!
I like Pam's workshop too, it does look better being a bit brighter.
- PDP (11769)
- [2005-04-30 5:39]
Hi Rob, nice composition and lovely focus and details but I think it is a little underexposed, I like the WS that Pam did. Nice shot and good note.
Pretty shot Robert. The colours are very clean and fresh. Excellent sharpness. It is just a bit dull. Have uploaded a workshop. Nice work. Thanks.
- zenitlady (794)
- [2005-04-30 10:13]
Apple blossoms are my favourite, so it was heavenly to see your gorgeous composition this morning, Robert! These are a little redder than I have seen before, must be the different variety. Like those huge ears of corn, it is amazing to think all apples were once just little bits of things. Wonderful richness! The buds are exquisite too. Love the glint of a shine on the petals. I'm glad you went for that walk! Thanks! Linda
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2005-04-30 11:02]
Nice picture Robert.
Good composition, details and colours.
It's a little UE. Pam did a nice WS.
Hmmm, fantastic. I took some photos of my crab apple today, hope they turn out like this! Lovely composition, DOF and POV Rob, wonderful clarity and detail. You bring out the essence of Spring :)
N.B. Off-topic, but in relation to your note -I've just been watching Large Red damselflies drying their wings after emerging on my pond plants this morning. Great to watch :)
- hummingbird24 (64)
- [2005-05-04 12:31]
This is one of my favorite springtime things, Robert, apple blossoms. There are many reasons, of course, the main one being that I live in an apple orchard, or more precisely at the end of one. Sometime, in May when all the blossoms come out, you can see me roaming around within, and taking deep breaths, as the fragrance is so sweet and welcome.
Your lovely photo brings this to mind, hopefully the frost won't destroy our tiny buds.
Wonderful composition, I especially like the darkness of this image as it adds an air of vintage to your shot, and makes it appear magical, as though it were kissed by the moonlight...
Thank you Robert for a fine posting.
It looks already tasty. Hard to waith for the apples to grow.
Nice picture. Isn't it a bit underexposed?
There are stil some names missing of the weeds. Any suggestions?