Colorful progressions

Uploaded: October 06, 2004 17:46:22


This is a string of Cherry tomatoes that I picked in our garden along with some colorful leaves from our Maple tree taken on the cedar table in our back yard. Shutter 1/320, f2.8, ISO200, October 6, 2004 5:00 PM. Macro on with continous auto focus and auto exposure. Natural sunlight.


Brenda M. Wolfensberger October 06, 2004

Nice picture Steve! They all look so perfect (and delicious!). #176159

Robert A. Simpson October 06, 2004

Nice idea and colors are great with the old wood background. Nice Job! #827267

Steve Casey October 07, 2004

Thanks, Brenda and Robert. I really had to think about what to use for a background. The wood just seemed natural, since it's changed over the years too. #829140

Kelly Heaton October 23, 2004

Great Comp and colors! #864679

Steve Casey October 27, 2004

Thank you, Kelly. #871961

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