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Juncus Symphony by Encephalartos Juncus Symphony by Encephalartos
My first deviation with a border. Possibly the last...'cause a good picture doesn't really need one...

Anyway, this is a Juncus bush near a pond, with the flowers in focus.
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Nassia Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mooi! Ik vind het wel chique met die bloemetjes in focus en de rest blurry, als ge begrijpt wat ik bedoel.
Maar Paint? Steel uzelf toch eens 'n Photoshop! ;)
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Encephalartos Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2006
Tiiiiiiim? mag ik uwe Photoshop es kopieren? :-p
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NfERnOv2 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Nonsense, borders can make good pictures even better. :) Als (ik zeg als) het goed gedaan is hebt ge denk'k een meerwaarde in stijl en afwerking. (In dit geval is't goed gedaan trouwens ;) ) Consider it a finishing touch. Plus, het is de meest geschikte plaats om den titel (+ auteur) te zetten. En ge hebt misschien meer den indruk dat het beeld dagge toont nog kan doorlopen achter de kader, maar ge wilt juist dit stuk wilt benadrukken. Maar da's dus mijn gedacht...

Anyhow, another great shot of yours; geen idee hoege die voorgrond zo scherp houdt en de achtergrond zo bewogen. Mmh *peinst kritisch*, you've got yourself a fav :)

, Tim
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Encephalartos Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2006
Idd...
Het inkaderen is trouwens in één der meest archaeische tekenprogramma's aller tijden gebeurd :-p: Paint.
En hoe dak da heb gedaan, uhm simpel :p
Stap 1: op uwen buik int gras (in dit geval het water) gaan liggen.
Stap 2: wachten tot dien ene grasspriet op de voorgrond ff stilstaat
Stap 3: Afdrukken, en indien nie gelukt, herhaal vanaf stap 2 :-p
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NfERnOv2 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Er zit tenminste een systeem achter hé :)
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fractionalself Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2006
Wonderful image... that greenery in the slight distance is really well composed to the shot. We get a fan-like shape but without either the top or bottom in view, which really rounds out the photo. The flower in focus looks great, and I applaud you for making the fanned-grass more central and shooting the flower slightly to the side... looks balanced and natural without being overly symmetrical. Very cool shot. Thanks for sharing.
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starlit-sky Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2006
beautiful image:clap:
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Encephalartos Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2006
thx :-)
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