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Plastic Toothed Gerbera

psenior1

Active Member
Scraping the barrel for idea's with this theme - decide to stab a pretty flower with a plastic fork, much to the wife's disgust!

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exif -

Date Taken 2009-10-12 22:08:38
Camera NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
Exposure Time 0.0062s (1/160)
Aperture f/18.0
ISO 200
Focal Length 180mm (180mm in 35mm)
 

iandrews

Well-known Member
Strange one, but I like it. The fork prongs look like animal teeth. Like the contrast of the red flower with the background. Also lots of detail in the flower.

Ian.
 

Butch499

Active Member
Ian's right (cough, Arsenal). Take his comment one step further add add a second fork above, an upper set of teeth, and you have a terrific 'wild' flower! :)
 

shotokan101

Banned
Ian's right (cough, Arsenal). Take his comment one step further add add a second fork above, an upper set of teeth, and you have a terrific 'wild' flower! :)

Yep - could have turned it into a variety of Venus Flytrap....

Jim
 

Zone

Moderator
Because the rules state that the photo must be taken in the month any particular competition runs and by the person claiming to have taken it!

The only simple guide I have of a pictures validity is if exif is available!

Believe it or not we have had individuals scouring the net for pictures to enter :suicide:
 
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Zone

Moderator
:oops: was in the spam folder :suicide:

All ok mate :D
 

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