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I like that sky scene, Hachi. Because I like to paint watercolours, I've got dozens of photos of sky scenes. Some are too dramatic to even bother painting.

I was out yesterday with my camera, but it was too windy for close ups of the wild flowers, but I took some snapshots anyway.

Bunch berries (false dwarf dogwood) Cornus Canaiansis


Wild foxgloves



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Ian are you from Canada, those photos sure look familiar, i worked logging in around BC.

Yes, I live on Vancouver Island in BC where they turn something like this...




into something that looks like this...


And I have to admit that I had my hand in the destruction...


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Great shot, great colors.

What camera, lens, aperture, exposure? Extra light?

I want to learn to take shots like this!


Thanks, here is the detail

Camera: Canon EOS 40D, Lens canon 60mm F2.8

Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640)

Aperture: f/9

Focal Length: 60 mm

ISO Speed: 200

Exposure Bias: -2/3 EV

Flash: Flash did not fire

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Ok, tomorrow I will go back on the field, hoping in a good day (not so sunny so I can work without too sweat) and optimist to find some new, small animal!

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After the first shots, I realized the grasshopper was a newborn still spreading its wings.

So bad I didn't have the equipment to realize a short stop motion film

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