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Dandelion Clock IV

I've got withdrawal symtoms for dandelion clocks so here's another one to add to my collection. It was converted to greyscale and tritoned in Photoshop.

comments (7)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 10 Jun 2007, 08:38
OMG, Jose. This is one of the best I've ever seen and is going straight to my Likeys!
This looks monumental! I am green with envy over your macro lens!! The toning is superb- much better than using it's natural colour. You have inspired me to take some plant (well, weed!) shots and I have queued a couple up in the coming week. Will you be online in London while exhibiting?
  • Julischka
  • the fairy tale road
  • 10 Jun 2007, 11:47
Great job! This dandelion looks really huge. Interesting effect.
Huge dandelion! How taal do they grow in your part of this world? ;-)
Lovely picture.
I like what you've done with it. It looks fantastic.
  • Ellie
  • 10 Jun 2007, 22:39
That's awesome!

Don't really understand what you did to it, but it works smile
  • Jimbo
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • 20 Jun 2007, 21:52
Absolutely, totally, magically, memorably WONDERFUL! Another Likey.

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camera Nikon D100
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed unknown
aperture f/0.0
sensitivity ISO200
focal length 60.0mm
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