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As I was taking this photo, another photographer who simply could not wait, pushed past me and pointed his little camera at the same flower. I have no idea what result he got, but in a strange way I really like this.

I have tried Ronnie's fix but for me it's not working. The colour on the large image is much better. I left this site for a few years it was not a problem then, so something must have happened to the way the images are stored or shown
September 14, 2012
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Canon EOS-1D Mark III
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Sep 14, 2012 3:59:46 pm
I like it too mate, great result, these opportunist moments are the best, I recall shooting mushrooms in Bournemouth, only to have Dee suddenly point at the mushroom. just as I pressed the shutter, but it made for an interesting shot :}

BTW check tes mail, I need a bit of advice from you

by Adobe_One_Kenobi Homepage »

Sep 14, 2012 6:17:35 pm
a great capture!
I think you probably got the better shot.

by bakapo Homepage »

Sep 15, 2012 2:09:29 am
Sometimes interference with a photograph actually MAKES the photograph; I like those sorts of happy accidents. I guess if we were telepathic, we could simply warn people out of our shots, but how many found shots would we miss! I also suspect you got the better shot, as the other photographer is going for the more obvious "let's look down the throat" angle, and well...that's just so passe! Brilliant, wonderful, crisp, fun, and oddly self-referential (at least in terms of a photographer in a photograph) shot! Brilliantly seen.

by Chipka Homepage »

Sep 15, 2012 3:45:49 am
A stunning capture, Dear David. Love this one, my favorite colour too. Hugs for all day, Spider. xx

by rainbows Homepage »

Sep 15, 2012 8:34:29 am
Some people, but I think you got the better shot, outstanding capture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by ontar1 Homepage »

Sep 15, 2012 11:18:03 am
The camera of the other other photographer works very well here. It makes your shot very interesting. Very nice capture. Well done.

by X-PaX Homepage »

Sep 15, 2012 11:50:29 am
I like it too; and excellent colour and clarity in zoom, what a beauty!

by MrsRatbag Homepage »

Sep 16, 2012 1:16:10 am
excellent flower shot, graet details

by ia-du-lin Homepage »

Sep 16, 2012 7:31:52 am
Great shot! I've had that sort of thing happen to me as well. There's no excuse for "jumping the queue" when taking shots of a flower or scenery. After all, unlike an animal or insect, it's not going to go anywhere!

by Sunflowers159 Homepage »


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