An Echinacea (Purple Coneflower) seedhead in my garden.
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great colors and use of depth of field. You have a good series here of "frosty" pictures.
3 Jan 2008 3:33pm
@Chris: Thanks. "Frosty" is about all I have of interest these days!
Beautiful - I love the colors and frosty look!
4 Jan 2008 1:53am
@Lorie: Thanks. I was pleasantly surprised to discover the lovely background colors.
Like the touch of frost. It contrasts nicely with the colors here. Very nice image.
4 Jan 2008 2:30am
@John Maslowski: Thanks. I switched to my macro lens, which I haven't used in several months.
4 Jan 2008 6:19am
@KMF: Thank you!
Frosty is great... always something different, great picture!
4 Jan 2008 8:06am
@scotfot: Thanks. I wish my macro lens were sharper, but.....
Its perfectly encased in frost. Nice shot
4 Jan 2008 10:28am
@Richard_Irwin: I am discovering beauty in the cold, barren winter.
Sharpness looks fine... but if you are not happy I see you have Photoshop 7... a bit of unsharp mask might help. If you ever you move up to Photoshop CS2 or 3 they have a brilliant new sharpening tool called Smart sharpen.
4 Jan 2008 12:35pm
@scotfot: Thanks, Scott. I use Unsharp Mask, but, I admit to being rather quick and casual about it. So far I haven't seen much reason to spend $200 to upgrade, but........
reminds me of the photos of the icy monkeys in Japan
29 Jan 2008 3:57am
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