Yellow and Green
|Copyright: tom trinko (trinko)
|Date Taken: 2002-09-05|
|Camera: Olympus E-10|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/640 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-05-10 9:44|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|i have no idea what this is. any help would be appreciated.|
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- [2007-05-10 9:55]
Hi TOm, U having no idea wehat this is doesn't seem to matter, for your concept and presentation is really awesome enough to attract lookers for this shot.
Lovely combination and colours and detail, i love that lighting u have got in here.
TFS & Cheers
- [2007-05-10 9:59]
I would guess that this is an acacia - possibly a mimosa (mimosa are acacias).
A very striking shot - great colours andlighting - the black BG gives the shot that 'something-else'.
My guess was a catclaw acacia (Acacia greggii). Our place is covered with them and they're not very friendly...ouch! Often called the "wait-a-minute bush" because the "claws" grab you.
Great shot and like iris said, interesting lighting. I guess the relatively fast shutter speed coupled with the f4 created that light at night look. I'm still learning how all that works so I study everybody's settings. :0
- [2007-05-10 12:47]
Hello Tom, this is a very good picture, explendid image of this yellow flower, the collors and details are fantastic, indeed a very good capture, well done my friend..
- [2007-05-11 6:09]
Hi Tom, a very stunning and different shot. The colours pop out from the black background. The flora is nice and sharp with great light. Great composisiton.
- [2007-05-12 7:13]
Hi Tom and very sorry for the delay
This is a very interesting and eye-catching macro shot!
The strong colors and contrast here are terrific and really make the elements stand out very well.
The sharpness is also impeccable and all the geometric shapes create a lovely composition.
Bravo and TFS