shades of green (and blue)…









12 thoughts on “shades of green (and blue)…

  1. LensScaper

    I am so pleased to discover you stare at big green leaves like I do and see the beauty therein like I do. My wife just shakes her head in dismay and disbelief! ELO are on tour over here soon. I will now be hearing Mr Blue Sky in my head all day – on a grey day that is a real bonus.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Andy. My wife doesn’t share my leafy vision either but she really likes the photos when they’re processed. Mr. Blue Sky is bound to be a hit all over again since it’s featured on a soundtrack to a movie being released this month.

  2. disperser

    Man, I’ve not listened to ELO for a long time. Had a bunch of their CDs (all sold before we moved). Will have to hunt them down on YouTube now.

    Thanks. And, yes, the photos are nice as well.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Ash. On this trip to the Conservatory, I only took the macro lens with me. It’s perfect for detail shot like this.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Howard. Fortunately, it has a fairly flat surface and I didn’t have to resort to the stacking technique that you use so well.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Blue. I’ve been shooting trees and leaves (and other assorted plants) for years. At one time my portfolio was at least half of these subjects but it was enough to get me hired as a studio photographer.
      Thanks for the link on Leaves and Plants. Some great stuff there. I just started to follow.


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