Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Wide Angle Dahlia


Wide Angle Dahlia
Shot with a Sigma 24mm/f 1.8 EX DG Aspherical Macro lens
Nikon D70s
Wordless Wednesday

10 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful...and the "About Face" rose below...absolutely breathtaking!


My Wednesday entry is posted...it is Halloween black & white...with color added here and there. Come by if you can find time, I'd love to have you visit with me today. Here is where you'll find my photos shared! I also have a Halloween TREAT for you on my sidebar if you care to grab and run with it. :o)

Janet said...

My grandfather always raised dahlias and what a production! He lived in Pittsburgh and they wintered over in the basement. Wish I had more of an interest in what he was doing when I was younger.
Another orange bloom eh? :-)

Mark said...

Glad to see your D70s is still doing well for you. That was (and is) a great camera.

Also, I might suggest that lens to a friend who is wanting a macro but not a brand name.

Beth F said...

Lovely -- and I really like the rose just below. Great fall colors.

Shelly said...

Beautiful shot. Great clarity. The colors are lovely for fall too.

Happy WW~

Amanda said...

Beautiful and sunny so bright! for two days it has been dreary and gray and depressing, this was wonderful to look at!

Dragonfly Lady said...

you pic looks so autumnal, great shot!
I enjoyed my visit on Wordless Wednesday!

catsynth said...

Beautiful picture, the flower forms a perfect circle.

(Circles are the theme of our WW as well)

Tiaras said...

as always, pretty

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful variations of colour tones in the petals!