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    Re: Just Leaves

    Second easiest shot: I had my Wista DX aimed one way and while waiting for the wind to calm I shot this with a Mamiya C330.

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    Re: Just Leaves

    Leaf Detail - Cohutta Wilderness, GA (2008)
    Chamonix 45N-1, Fuji 135mm, f32, 45s, Delta 100.

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    Lightbulb I like leafy things

    Velvia 50 cross-processed, Schneider 150mm f/5.6
    How about these leaves:

    on a fence:




    T-Max 100, Schneider 150mm f/5.6:


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    Re: Just Leaves

    Hi Ken, your image of the leaves is wonderful. I always have a soft spot for this type of image. Please show us more if you have them.

    Richard

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    Rhododendron-Fall '09-Tri-X-D-76

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    Re: Just Leaves

    While not actually a leaf. I hope that this cactus will be acceptable.

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    Re: Just Leaves

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald Miller View Post
    While not actually a leaf. I hope that this cactus will be acceptable.
    Donald, beautiful image. What type of cactus is that? Thanks.

    Jim

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    Re: Just Leaves

    Autumn light. Eagle Creek, Indiana

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    Kalanchoe: Sinar Norma 4x5, HP5+/HC110, Rodenstock 150mm

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    Re: Just Leaves

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Donald, beautiful image. What type of cactus is that? Thanks.

    Jim
    Hi Jim,

    Thanks for your compliment. To be honest I don't know what the correct name is...I believe that it is some subspecies of the Aloe but I could be wrong.

    Best regards,
    Donald Miller

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