Daffodils

© Jim Stringer

Daffodils

Uploaded: February 22, 2007

Description

Nikon 70-300mm lense F/5.6 at 1/1600sec. This was taken about three in the afternoon.

Comments

Colleen Farrell February 22, 2007

So beautiful! The composition and light are great, and I love the dreamy quality of "shooting through"--it works so well with these daffodils. I haven't mastered that technique yet--one of these days! :) #610045

Jim Stringer February 22, 2007

Thank you Colleen! I have been looking at these daffodils im my yard for several days now, knowing that there was a photograph in there somewhere. I feel today that I have found it, at least one. #3977235

Cheryl E. Molennor February 22, 2007

I love the soft effect you got Jim. Real nice #3977403

Joannie Bertucci level-classic February 23, 2007

Glorious presentation Jim!
Truly stunning!
#3977618

Toni A. Martin February 24, 2007

Jim, I love your treatment of this photo. It is so unusual, like a different world. #3982652

Jim Stringer February 24, 2007

Thank you Cheryl, Joannie, and Toni! #3982657

Cyn Valentine level-classic February 24, 2007

Absolutely beautiful...love the effects and the color..stunning image! #3982668

Jim Stringer February 24, 2007

Thank you Cyn! #3982675

MARLON IGNACIO level-deluxe March 12, 2007

Beautiful softness, Jim! #4046714

Jim Stringer March 12, 2007

Thank you Marlon! #4046779

Margo Bathrick April 15, 2007

This is beautiful Jim. Wonderful color and just the right softness. Lighting is perfect. Good job! #4170313

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