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Monday, June 2, 2008

Rain Glorious Rain

8 comments:

Dee said...

Wonderful shot, Carver, and apt title!

Sienna said...

Oh my goodness, these photos are ones, one day I may aspire to take (or come to think of it even think of trying to aspire to take)!!

Are you a photographer?

These are stop you in your tracks pictures, and they speak volumes...my favorites are the water, and the robin on the outside furniture, but the others are a millionth millisecond close second favorites..

Just amazing. Beautiful art.

Pam

Sienna said...

I mean I know you are a photographer but as in that is your living, is what I meant.

Pam

Carver said...

Thanks Dee and Sienna.

Sienna, I'm not a professional photographer and I appreciate your comment so much. Your photographs blow me away so it means a lot to me that you like mine. I think blogging has helped my photography because I'm constantly taking shots with the thought in the back of my mind that I might like to use them on my blog. I'm enjoying my new blog where I try to find shots that I think will work as enlargements for single shot posts.

Anonymous said...

This is a gorgeous photo of this flower. You really captured it well. Have a wonderful week!!

Anonymous said...

Great macro shot on the flower! What type of lens did you use?

Carver said...

Thanks for visiting. Kidcraft I use the macro setting on my Canon powershot digital and also set it at fine. Then I put the camera almost on top of the flower. I don't have removable lenses yet for my digital camera although later I can add an adapter and buy a couple more lenses which is part of what I liked about the powershot A610. But additionl lenses are out of my current budget.

Anonymous said...

I know the feeling! I would have a lot more camera stuff if the budget would allow it.

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