A Slice of Life 2012

A Year In Pictures

Sharp January 22, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:00 am
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  OUCH!

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20 Responses to “Sharp”

  1. Louise Says:

    What a scary bundle – I love cacti but hate their prickles!

    I love how you’ve composed this – makes it look as though it’s advancing upon us.

  2. MikeC366 Says:

    Nice and sharp. Just the right amount of dof. well done Tammy.
    M.

  3. Steven Says:

    It’s a great subject and capture. I like how it fills the page with varying degrees of “sharpness.”

  4. John & Lois Says:

    Very nice composition. Love the selective focus on the prickly sharp cactus.

  5. Steve Says:

    Lovely shot making the most of a shallow DoF…top job

  6. danudin Says:

    I think maybe a little too close up to a cacti!

  7. Iris (Rose) Says:

    fabulous! Love the colour and focus – they look like they are crawling towards me 🙂

  8. Kathryn Says:

    Love the colors – perfect subject for the theme.

  9. Cathy Says:

    nice and prickly:-) it looks like they are coming to get you 🙂

  10. thello Says:

    You must noch touch them with your fingers … Love the close up!

  11. Deena Says:

    Ouch is right! Love how you have used in this DOF to emphasize the details in the cacti in the foreground.

  12. Sherrie Says:

    Hi Tammy,
    Beautiful! I love cacti, but don’t like the stickers. These look like they are loaded with lots of little stickers. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  13. Kerri Says:

    Love the detail in this picture!

  14. Charlotte Says:

    Ouch indeed! Beautiful pic!

  15. Bobbie Says:

    The sweet spot of focus shows off the spiny spikes.

  16. Love the DOF with a great sweet spot.

  17. PC PHOTO Says:

    Super photo and process!!!

  18. jackscrap Says:

    Great focus and colours in this pic, fascinated by all the tiny prickles and their patterns.

  19. Lisa Says:

    Great macro shot, hope you didn’t get injured in the process!

  20. Ellen Says:

    All sorts of sharpness! Wonderful patterns to the spines.


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