10.03.2018 No matter which way you look at it, it’s an upside down world

 

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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13 Responses to 10.03.2018 No matter which way you look at it, it’s an upside down world

  1. Beautiful and simplistic. So nice to see a change of pace and it is beautiful too.

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  2. Love the simplicity in this Steve !!

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  3. shoreacres says:

    Of course one of the best things about the photo is the way the differently slanted blades of grass hold their droplets: nearly uniform in size on the vertical, larger and more varied on the horizontal. It turns a nice photo into an arresting one that brought me back for a second and third look.

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    • shoreacres says:

      Oh — as our resident sunrise specialist, you’re free to laugh at my morning realization. I looked out, saw vibrant pink and blue bands at the horizon and thought, “Well. There’s the first Belt of Venus of the year.” Then it occurred to me: of course I only see them from my window during the fall, winter, and very early spring. That’s when the sun has moved far enough south to throw the shadow farther north, into my view. Good grief, I can be slow.

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  4. I’ll concur that this is an excellent minimalist abstraction.

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  5. Remind me … do you use the Canon 180 macro? If so, how do you find its depth? I always struggle with my Nikon 105. Also … I know you use Live view (mostly for precise focus, I believe) … but does your Canon allow for Live Preview (exposure and adjustments shown in real time on the LCD). I’ve become quite enamored of the feature on my G7XM2 (the point-n-shoot) and am now disappointed that my D600 doesn’t it (it shows a Live View image … but not one which is reflective of adjustments to speed and aperture in real time) … am seriously considering selling the D600 as used and picking up the D750. Your thoughts?

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  6. bluebrightly says:

    So clever….your technical skills are enviable, and the title makes it fun.

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  7. We used to be FB friends ’til I closed my account. I reopened it and sent a friend request. Still enjoy your photos so very much!

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  8. Ain’t that the truth? How are you feeling? I miss seeing you here.

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