My husband is kind enouogh not to mow the areas where Buttercups are blooming.
I THANK all who commented on my recent photos. :-)
*****THANK YOU FOR VISITING ANITA'S PHOTOBLOG!*****
I have been INTERVIEWED three times by photo-buddies:
Artist Connection .
- Orange Dahlia
- Pumpkin Light
- Swallowtail Butterfly
- Sunrise in Window
- Geese Crossing Road
- Moon [
Such a beautiful yellow buttercup...set on the dark green.
16 May 2008 11:57am
@Marcie: Thanks. I like the contrast also.
Very pretty, Anita. The subject is sharp and the background perfect... I too have a dilemma in mowing my "lawn" sometimes...
16 May 2008 12:07pm
@Earnest: We keep reducing the size of our lawn. This year we are letting parts of the back lawn grow tall in areas away from the house where I tend to throw dry seedheads. In past years we were not able to to this as my son was in charge of mowing, but, since he is off to college, we can do as we want. :-)
The buttercup really stands out against the background, very well done.
16 May 2008 12:13pm
@Betty: Thank you, Betty. Yesterday I received the new macro lens I ordered from B&H: a Minolta f2.8 100mm Macro, and immediately went outside to take photos. I'm so excited!
That new lens paid for itself with this one shot! A beautiful composition, Anita, and the bokeh is like a dreamscape...
16 May 2008 1:54pm
@Ron: Thank you, Ron. You are correct about the bokeh--that and the narrow depth of field were the first things I noticed. However, it will take way more than one photo for this lens to "pay for itself." :-)
Why do you build me up (build me up) Buttercup, baby
Just to let me down (let me down) and mess me around.
Sorry couldn't resist. :) Terrific macro image, Anita
16 May 2008 2:46pm
@Paul Michko: Thanks, Paul.
Nice composition and great focous inside.
16 May 2008 4:12pm
@Arash: Thank you. One reason I take photos is to see inside little flowers I don't otherwise see.
focus and color is ok with good composition
16 May 2008 4:37pm
@malahat: Thank you!
Simply wonderful! It seems floating in mid-air.
16 May 2008 7:53pm
@standley: Thanks. I noticed that--not sure if I like it or not.
Great dof, well done
17 May 2008 4:44am
@Alun Lambert: Thank you.
Add your comment ...
KONICA MINOLTA MAXXUM 5D1/60 secondF/6.3ISO 100100 mm
flowers wildflowers natives
Photography by Anita © 2020
Powered by Aminus3 Photoblog Software