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Old 19-07-13
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More Macros from Red Hill with the 60mm

A few flowers this time.

Wild Marjoram


Pyramidal Orchid


Tufted Vetch


Kidney vetch


Red Bartsia


Greater Knapweed


Black Medic (greatly magnified)


Betony


Harebell


All with E-M5 plus 60mm f2.8 Macro

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All of them excellent but I'm especially fond of the picture of the Harebell. It's simply gorgeous - lovely composition, such delicate colours with subtle tones, lovely textures showing so clearly and all of that against a fabulous bokeh.

Altogether beautiful.

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Re: More Macros from Red Hill with the 60mm

Its the harebell for me as well.
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Re: More Macros from Red Hill with the 60mm

and mine would be the "Red Bartisia" for the detail and pastel look.
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Re: More Macros from Red Hill with the 60mm

They are all beautiful My favourite is the last one the harebell. John.
That lens is certainly on my list!
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Re: More Macros from Red Hill with the 60mm

I agree with all the above, but as usual I'm being different - my favourite is the greater knapweed: the colour is so vibrant and striking it leaps off the page.
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