Taken last week at Nottingham County Park, Pennsylvania, USA. Some cropping and adjustments in PS7. Tripod and 100mm macro lens.
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Oh that's very nice! It looks like the 2 grasses were the same lol
3 Nov 2008 5:33am
@Koushiro~光子郎: Thanks. Your comment reminded me that I wanted to title this image "Grasses Ballet," which I added as a second title.
Beautiful soft picture
3 Nov 2008 7:29am
@Dhini: Thank you!
Grâce et simplicité, avec un joli flou; Très réussi
3 Nov 2008 8:05am
@Frédéric A.: Thank you for visiting and commenting!
Fantastic, Anita. Beautiful colors and I love the softness. Five stars!
3 Nov 2008 10:47am
This is marvelous, Anita.
3 Nov 2008 11:26am
Sub-Title is perfect for this . . grasses have never performed this well for me !
3 Nov 2008 12:20pm
You're welcome lol XD
3 Nov 2008 1:20pm
Such beautiful graceful lines.
3 Nov 2008 2:35pm
Is this softness post process or is it because of the macro? I am curious.
3 Nov 2008 3:10pm
@Shuva Brata Deb: I did not add softness in post processing. My macro lens is quite sharp and the f stop I used, f8, should produce a sharp image. I think the image is soft because of faulty focusing! I notice that the front part of the front grass is in focus. The curly parts are further away, as is the second grass. I think they fell beyond the focus range. Also, I was shooting almost into the sun, which made focusing difficult and may also soften the image. So, this image is a lucky accident. In fact, I almost didn't post it because of the softness.
Great use of DOF and i like the sub title. I hope you had a nice day at Longwood Garden's conservatory?
3 Nov 2008 6:18pm
Quite a "poetic" image if that's possible. I like the artistic feel of the image and the mild
processing to get this image. Very well done.
3 Nov 2008 7:36pm
GORGEOUS synchronised grass brilliant 10/10 I love the softness of this shot and am so pleased that you posted it
3 Nov 2008 7:42pm
Gorgeous!! I could put this on my wall.
3 Nov 2008 8:43pm
Nice capture Anita...
3 Nov 2008 9:10pm
gorgeous! it is like they are practising a dance!
3 Nov 2008 11:13pm
@Kathryn: Thank you for your comment and for visiting!
Lovely Anita !! I like the sharpness of the front one and the softness of the second..as if the one is following the other.
4 Nov 2008 4:16am
Una armonia de colores "pastel" muy bien conseguida. Perfecto enfoque y... desenfoque.
4 Nov 2008 5:44pm
@manel: I'm glad you like it. Thanks for visiting.
Perfectly synchronized. Absolutely stunning!
4 Nov 2008 6:27pm
You must have a very good eye for motives. This is just 'One in a thousand'
4 Nov 2008 10:25pm
Love everything about it! Fantastic bokeh!
5 Nov 2008 6:49am
Excellent picture Anita. I love it.
6 Nov 2008 3:14am
Great picture! I Love the symmetry.
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