Silent Sunday 4.11.12

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Amazing shot with little droplets. Love it! X

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  2. Thanks very much, everyone. I really wanted to capture the little water droplets after such a wet few days.

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  3. That’s really good.
    Have you linked it up to the other Sunday photo memes (there’s loads on my meme page).

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  4. Wow, love this picture, well done x

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  5. I love a shot where the featured item is crisp and clear and the background is soft and mist, just like you’ve done here! Beautiful.

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  6. What a lovely clear shot – you’re becoming very skilled in the photography malarky!

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  7. Thanks very much, everyone! I like photographing nature, but still feel like a bit of a beginner with it.
    Otilia – it’s a Canon Eos Digital – the most basic one I think. Would love a lens that had mor zoom and could do wider angle too, but this is a basic zoom lens. I use the ‘close-up’ setting to get the clear image with the blurry image behind.
    Took a few shots because I wanted to capture the water droplets, but this was my favourite.

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  8. PS Pinkoddy I haven’t linked it up to other photo linkys – will have to check them out, thanks.

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  9. Cool we’ve just got a new camera so going to have to play with it

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  10. It’s a beauty! Well done xx

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  11. super picture – and I love the droplets but I love the spiders webs more!

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  12. Thanks very much, everyone! If you’ve got a ‘close-up’ setting on your camera, I’d recommend having a play. It’s quite easy to get this sort of shot.
    Hope you get to treat yourself, TT&T!
    Jenny – you must have looked very closely – I didn’t even notice the spiders webs!

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