On 5/13/2018 7:24 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
As I understand it the large frond version shown here is native of East Asia. We have
"native " bleeding heart that is mostly only found in Mass, but might actually
be naturalized west coast D. formosa that escaped.
Well, they are in our woods and I transplanted some of these smaller cousins
native or not as ground cover--they are happy.
Quick shot of the Asian cousin with Big foot after a rain--perhaps a stack
would be an improvement but thought could get away with a straight shot on this
though it was framed using a 'pod.
Luscious! Subject and color are wonderful.
As you say in your next post, more DoF would be nice. I would have tried a stack with an AF lens. Then again, you may
not have the right one.
But, you know, it's darn fine as it is!
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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