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There is a crack in everything That's how the light gets in

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that's Tavish from next door, Frizzle up on the train tracks, sniffing things, and a closeup of blue cohosh, which I think is actually purple.
27th Apr 2010, 19:15  

Jane Doe says:

I like the focus on the second, the last one scares me!

27th Apr 2010, 19:37

swamprose says:

Blue cohosh scary? It is increasingly hard to find so I was just pleased to find it. This is actually giant blue cohosh, in case you were wondering.

Because all I do is plant photography now, I am using only my macro lens and I am loving it.

27th Apr 2010, 19:44

Jane Doe says:

Me walking around without my glasses on gives me the same effect...

27th Apr 2010, 19:47

swamprose says:

and it's a lot cheaper..still laughing.

27th Apr 2010, 19:48

taniwha says:

The focus in the second is lovely and the I like the way that altogether these look so dreamy

27th Apr 2010, 19:53

swamprose says:

Thank you, T. I think 'dreamy' is good. I would say 'out of focus'. Given the properties of the lens, there is always something out of focus, unless I back up, take the photo from far away, and crop like mad...I suppose someone out there knows how to get everything in focus, but for now, I am enjoying 'dreamy'.

27th Apr 2010, 20:02

Viv says:

I love Tavish

using macro is the only way I've ever got a DOF effect

amazing plant - never seen anything like it

27th Apr 2010, 23:55

Wendle says:

The second is so awesome!!

28th Apr 2010, 07:19

swamprose says:

Viv, you would like Tavish. He and his family are here for six months from Vancouver and they are making me really happy. Tavish especially.

28th Apr 2010, 19:30

Viv says:

I'm sure I would :)

29th Apr 2010, 01:45

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