Hip Hip Hurray for 2006 & 2007 To Come
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|This image is to celebrate the End of one year and the start of another, I give you a picture taken on a walk last NEW YEARS DAY 2006 to work off the effects of over celebration the night before.|
Thanks to all the fellow people members of TN for yet another great year. keep the great images coming and thanks to all those who help me keep this a have for wildlife, you know who you are, without it this site would disappear under a landslide of miss posted images, (I am trying to be kind here).
Rosa canina (Dog Rose) what you see here is the fruit we in the UK call Hips and last most of the winter giving colour to the bare hedgerows at a very dull time of the year. Eventually they ripen enough and the birds get a late Vitamin C rich feast when they need it most just before they need to be ready for the start of the breeding season. To see it in it's summer glory view this flower I posted awhile back (Click Here to View)
People may notice that this is an image taken with my old Sony F707 before the arrival of the New Nikon D200 which has made this year an interesting if desperate one at times this year. I suspect that 2007 will be just as interesting.
Look forward to seeing and speaking to you all in it
Thanks for looking Yours Robert
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And Hip Hip Hurray, yeah! :)
The lovely red color of the dog rose just jumps, and the landscape BG works very well.
Sharp shot, well done!
- [2007-01-01 5:26]
Hi Robert nice rose hips tack sharp and good DOF with an excellent country background. Happy New yr rgds Necip. PT.
A very beautiful 2007 for you and your loved ones. Please consider this as a huge thank you to your dedication to this wonderful site. Without you, the quality of the site would go down fast. Eventhough you sometimes need to make harsh decisions on deleting photos, and words are indirectly presented to you. Your dedication and enthusiasm is ongoing.
About the photo. As Howard mentioned the red color just jumps out perfectly.