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Sedum Blur 2

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 1 October 2010 in Plant & Nature.

At the suggestion of Susan and Ronnie, I kept the one flower sharp, without blur.

NIKON D300 1/160 second F/3.8 ISO 160 105 mm


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Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Excellent work..

1 Oct 2010 12:24pm

@Sarito: Thank you for visiting and commenting. I'm glad you like it!

asphaltfee from vienna, Austria

I love sedum-blossoms. the exploding-colours-effect here is amazing!

1 Oct 2010 1:23pm

@asphaltfee: I'm glad you like it. I had fun playing around with this image. Thank you for visiting and commenting.

Michelle from Elverson, United States

Just a lovely color pallet here. Very nicely done.

1 Oct 2010 1:37pm

@Michelle: Thanks, Michelle. I look at all your images, though I seldom comment. I like your view of our part of the world.

Wolfen from Villefranche S/S, France

Une "explosion de couleurs !!!
J'aime le résultat de cette composition !!
Félicitation et bon week end

1 Oct 2010 4:52pm

@Wolfen: Thank you. I'm glad you like it. Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting.

Olivier from Manage, Belgium

Wonderful , this is an nice work!

1 Oct 2010 5:56pm

@Olivier: Thank you!! Thanks for visiting and commenting.

Marcie from Boston, United States

Oh..this one is truly magnificent!! Oh...WOW!

1 Oct 2010 8:30pm

@Marcie: Thanks so very much, Marcie.

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Love this! Great job!

2 Oct 2010 1:55am

@Barbara Kile: Thank you, Barbara. I had fun playing with it.

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

I do think I like this one a bit better!

2 Oct 2010 1:56am

@Julie Brown: Me too.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Well, I'm biased, of course (!), but, I do like this better because it has somewhere for my eyes to settle . . I shall be looking back at my own 'zoom-radial blur' images, now, to check I abide by my own 'opinions' !

2 Oct 2010 11:04am

@Ronnie 2¢: I'm glad you like it and I'm very glad you suggested the change. I think this is an improved image. :-)

Dan Creighton from Pottstown, United States

Like looking at a backyard galactic star. I like this.

2 Oct 2010 2:51pm

@Dan Creighton: Thanks!

Tomas Turecek from Czech Republic

It has bigger impact on me as well. My eyes have something to settle on. It is like watching/following a space ship flying between stars on super fast speed.

2 Oct 2010 5:18pm

@Tomas Turecek: I'm glad you like it! :-)

Kala from United States

Love the colors and the blur!

2 Oct 2010 5:28pm

@Kala: Thank you so much!

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

I agree, definitely improved !!! I have no suggestions to correct this one....Just perfect !!!

2 Oct 2010 6:23pm

@Susan: Thank you for your excellent suggestion that improved my image. :-)

1/160 second
ISO 160
105 mm