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Seed Head!

Posted by
Philip (South Wales, United Kingdom) on 19 August 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Seen on a local walk recently.

NIKON D90 1/30 second F/13.0 ISO 200 105 mm

Any tips or constructive criticism are welcome.

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I appreciate all your comments, thank you so much. I do read all the comments and will try to answer any questions you have.

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

Really love the light,. nice one

19 Aug 2010 5:14am

Marie LC from France

The name of this flower in France is Cardère or "Cabaret des oiseaux". I don't know why ??? A very attractive taking in diagonal.

19 Aug 2010 6:41am

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Nice capture with lot details of tihis prickly flower probably in the end of life.

19 Aug 2010 7:06am

Richard from Duns, United Kingdom

Well presented and well shot too. Great!

19 Aug 2010 7:14am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Excellent take!!! Details are stunning! The Nikon is doing wonders!

19 Aug 2010 7:31am

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Excellent shot.. lovely details..

19 Aug 2010 8:01am

J.R. from Ginowan, Japan

Beautiful macro, detail is wonderful!

19 Aug 2010 8:20am

Xerophytes from London, United Kingdom

NICE!

19 Aug 2010 9:13am

Phil David Alexander Morris from Saskatoon, Canada

Superb macro, you have made it look so poised as if to strike,
yet keeping the beautiful fresh mystery alive.

19 Aug 2010 11:04am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Nice crisp detail in this macro shot Philip! Well done! ;-)

19 Aug 2010 12:06pm

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Wonderful macro. I love the crisp details in the foreground over the beautiful bokeh background. You have two diagonals in the thistle and the green dof. Wonderful!

19 Aug 2010 1:01pm

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Finaly you got flower on Beach....Beautiful Find.

19 Aug 2010 1:25pm

Christine from Duns, United Kingdom

Lovely macro, in Scotland we call them teasels, they were in days gone by used to tease sheep's wool. Birds love them especially gold finches.

19 Aug 2010 3:42pm

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Super, well defined image

20 Aug 2010 9:01am

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Sharp as a tack-great shot

24 Aug 2010 1:24pm

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Very pleasing macro!

24 Aug 2010 4:37pm

mali from Tehran, Iran

great macro, i like the light

3 Sep 2010 4:28pm

NIKON D90
1/30 second
F/13.0
ISO 200
105 mm