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5 Responses to Untitled Post 00086

  1. sandra getgood says:

    Interesting subjects. They held nice and still for you, too….I often like to take pictures of trees or rocks with interesting shapes or roots. Once, when we were at Mashatu, everyone was taking pictures of kudu and hyena and such, and i focused on the stump of what must have been a majestic tree, with all sorts of interesting shapes and root systems. The guide said to me, very quietly, “But it’s dead!” and I said, “Yes, and it’s holding nice and still so I can take pictures of it.” He thought I was crazy, I suppose, but those are some of the best pictures I have from that trip.

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    • disperser says:

      . . . hence why I don’t photograph people . . . although, animals and birds often hold still for me, so there’s that.

      Flowers, on the other hand, are like a flag in the wind, swaying all over the place.

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  2. AnnMarie says:

    That first shot of the ‘bluish’ tree trunk when viewed in zoom is gorgeous beyond belief! Excellent detail and patterns, just magnificent!

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    • disperser says:

      Yeah . . . few people actually click on the photos to get the larger views. They are missing out, but I’m tired of trying to pound it in their heads.

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      • AnnMarie says:

        Since you know my love of detail and patterns, there are few of your shots that don’t get zoomed in. The beauty rush is worth the extra clicks and seconds it takes. Those people have not gotten the message behind the words “Stop and smell the roses”, or in this case “Stop and view in Zoom”.

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