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a city of pads (*)
19-JUN-2005 theFly

a city of pads (*)

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Canon EOS 350D ,Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
1/250s f/10.0 at 18.0mm iso400 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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ctfchallenge25-Jun-2005 13:21
Thanks Abstract! theFly
ctfchallenge22-Jun-2005 04:22
love the way feel of the image changes from bottom-left to top-right corner. very impressive work. -Abstract
Canon DSLR Challenge21-Jun-2005 00:54
Thanks Michael. If you find the time, there are more on my website:
http://leefly.fotki.com/plants/
theFly
Michael Puff20-Jun-2005 23:35
Lee, I really like water reflections and the sky/clouds make this for me. I'm also a big fan of water lilies, so you see where this going...I really really like this image. Your title is fascinating to me (that's a good thing!). Beautifully executed. -Michael
Guest 20-Jun-2005 16:04
Thanks Alexeig and Jeannie!
alexeig20-Jun-2005 14:17
Very nice wide angle with sky reflections and the two flowers really stand out
Canon DSLR Challenge20-Jun-2005 03:57
Lee, another great photo!! The water just seems to turn into sky at the top & upper right. Beautiful reflection. -- Jeannie (jburly)
Canon DSLR Challenge20-Jun-2005 02:31
Thanks Lonnit and Traveller! The clouds and sky are a reflection in the pond. The pond is very black in appearance.

Traveller, BTW, the person in the corner was me. Glad you also liked that shot.

theFly
ctfchallenge20-Jun-2005 01:56
Lee this is really quite nice. The two flowers are just the right amount. It feels like the image is printed on nylon. ~ Lonnit
Canon DSLR Challenge20-Jun-2005 00:31
Lee, I must say that I am coming to like your work more and more. (BTW, I liked the person in the corner in the Longshots, though I never said so). This is very nice and the subtle reflection of the clouds in the...blue (?) water, (or another reflection?), just adds to the over all composition.

(Yes, I know that the seeming blue of the water is actually sky...but it is these kinds of cognative conflusions that make ordinary ------> into great). Best Wishes, Traveller