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foggy trees
01/04/2017 12:08:55 AM
foggy trees2nd Place
by OK-Photography

Comment by Neat:
Ok photography, I think not!! Congratulations on your first ribbon marvellous image.
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foggy trees
01/03/2017 09:24:19 PM
foggy trees2nd Place
by OK-Photography

Comment by tvsometime:
Calm indeed and a bump.
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foggy trees
01/02/2017 09:59:51 PM
foggy trees2nd Place
by OK-Photography

Comment by nam:
Great shot - I feel the calmness. And it is bright. But mostly I feel loneliness, despair, death (but there's always the promise of life) . . .
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foggy trees
01/02/2017 04:25:29 PM
foggy trees2nd Place
by OK-Photography

Comment by gipper11:
I think the fog is what really makes this photograph standout, I like the composition and the dreary appearance of the leafless trees.
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foggy trees
01/02/2017 04:38:22 AM
foggy trees2nd Place
by OK-Photography

Comment by docjonny:
Top 3 for sure.. voted already.. lovely misty dreamy view.. Interested to know where and what time of the day.. Good luck ..
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tired from the battle
09/29/2016 09:35:31 AM
tired from the battle
by OK-Photography

Comment by pixelpig:
The black lipstick is a little unusual, in fact the whole thing is odd. But charming. I hope you got a shot of the wall, for texture.
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Bee
07/03/2015 06:27:39 PM
Bee
by OK-Photography

Comment by wbanning:
OK - It's me again, from the DPC Critique Club:

I don't think I've seen a macro like this before. Really very engaging shot. The Canon lens you used is really a great lens and you've put it to good use here. The background and foreground colors meet the challenge for pastels, but the main subject might be stretch. The shallow DOF works to help isolate the honey gathering as the subject, not the bee as a whole. Compositionally, the subject placement along the right 3rd (vertical) is a strong placement choice. You might consider cropping a bit off the bottom to put the subject closer to the intersection of the vertical and horizontal thirds lines. If there's any room left on the left side, you might also consider adding a bit more breathing room to the left of the wing. Macro work is challenging with the often limited DOF, as you have here. You really got the focal plane in a good spot... although I'd be curious what a wider DOF through smaller aperture or focus stacking might do. As it stands the bee blends into the background at the rear.

I really like this photo and these suggestions are meant to encourage other options than the ones you've chosen and not as criticism of the choices you made. Nicely done!
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metalwork
06/16/2015 05:26:20 PM
metalwork
by OK-Photography

Comment by zimple:
Good idea for visible sound.
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metalwork
06/16/2015 01:34:29 PM
metalwork
by OK-Photography

Comment by Barroness:
my teeth hurt looking at this image. Good job! Good luck!
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metalwork
06/15/2015 02:18:02 AM
metalwork
by OK-Photography

Comment by jgirl57:
Yess this does make loud racket for sure :-)
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