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Photo Technique Challenge: Contre-jour

  • Posted April 27, 2012 by Marsha Viewed 3888 times

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“You are the sun
I am the dew
Gifted with life for a moment or two
That I for my time
May sparkle and shine
O Sun, come fill me with you.”
~Peter Mayer

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This plant was about 18 inches/46 cm tall….so you can imagine where I was when I took the shot! In the dirt!
I think people walking by on a nearby trail were worried when they saw me lying there….one lady even waved to
make sure I was okay :)))

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    • # Chossid

      Gorgeous! I fav'd it. LOL thinking of u on the ground and passersby worried...

      2012.04.29 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Maz

      What a stunning shot! Love the perspective, composition and the sun sparkling behind...just perfect!

      2012.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dunja

      So amazing and breathtaking.. thank you so much for sharing !!!!!!!

      2012.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Felecia

      What a gorgeous shot and beautiful poem Marsha!
      Wishing you a most wonderful weekend!

      2012.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Karman

      Great Capture. It is interesting to think how many things this is a normal view for. An Ant's eye view of the world. :) Wonderfully captured. Like that someone paid attention enough to wonder if you were alright.

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    • # Brenda Nelson

      This capture is worth all the pain and the dirt! Your perfect exposure enhances the delicate details in the blooms.

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    • # Gonia

      I can imagine you making this picture, but the best pictures are done from the place under the flower or plant. this is very pretty!

      2012.04.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mark

      Love the subject for this challenge shot! Nicely captured! Lovely poem you have here too!

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