Posted by Virgil (Mckinney, United States) on 21 April 2009 in Plant & Nature.
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fantastic capture of the transitory dandelion seeds - the monochrome treatment is the proper way to go. Well done. From a critique: the dandelion is slightly cropped on the left, a tad more space would be better. Even stronger would be to burn the bright spots that are on the edges of the photo that lead the eye out of the frame. This is so strong with the dandelion - I would even consider a crop with the subject dead center.
21 Apr 2009 5:26am
@Bill: Thanks Bill.....I'll try that.
Looks fine where it is, it will get mowed down soon anyway. I shot one too, but somehow the love was missing, wonder why : ]
ps Do you know Neil Klemik? Ran into him at Murphy's last week.
21 Apr 2009 6:10am
@ordinaryimages: No sir, I don't recall meeting Neil Klemik.
Dr Neil was the moving force of the CKCC camera club which used to meet in Richmond before it folded. He has a practice in Berea and an extensive photography book library.
21 Apr 2009 3:32pm
beautiful macro black and white !
21 Apr 2009 4:42pm
21 Apr 2009 8:14pm
...like a star that has floated to the ground.
22 Apr 2009 4:28am
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