Sunday, 2 September 2012

Silent Sunday




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  1. Super shot, Dawn. Love the light and depth of focus x.

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    1. Thanks Lesley, it was flying about, so I was trying to keep up with it, sadly all the shots with it's wings open were out of focus or far too dark.

      I can't take the credit for getting it right, the camera was on auto focus due to the speed of it. I don't normally use the auto but opted for it on this occasion **cheats**

      xxx

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  2. Awesome picture it's so blue and delicate you must have the patience of a saint to get some of the pictures you put up

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    1. Thanks Amy, I just take pictures of what I see, some good but many bad, obviously I don't put up the really bad ones lol..

      How I love digital cameras, gone are the days of hoping for the best and waiting until developed to see what you have.

      xxx

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  3. Cool shot! You must be very quiet on your feet ;)

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    1. I wish lol pure luck is what it was I have to confess x

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  4. As someone who suffers from a severe phobia of all things fluttery and winged, I still can't get past how pretty this shot is! It's so delicate- you're a very talented photographer :) x

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    1. Thank you for commenting Natalie it must have been difficult for you when you saw the picture.

      Nature is beautiful x

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  5. So well timed, just stunning....you must have either a great zoom or be very good at sneaky approaches!!

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    1. My camera has an amazing zoom, then you push a button and it zooms even closer.

      A couple of years ago with the same camera I took a picture of St Michaels Mount from the swimming pool in Penzance approx 0.5 of a mile, and you could see the scaffolding and people working on it in the picture but not with the naked eye,

      This shot was taken with my Fuji S100 and I recommend it as its not too heavy or bulky.

      x

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  6. Can even see the blue at the base of the wings!

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    1. The blue is very striking isn't it?

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  7. Great capture I took one very simular the other day too!

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  8. What a beautiful pic! Very well spotted! :)

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