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Spring Groundsel by geostant Spring Groundsel by geostant
Or in Latin : Senecio Vernalis
Or in Hebrew : Sav'yon Avivi

This is the most popular yellow flower in Israel
it can be found almost anywhere in the center-north part of Israel.


These I shot near my house, a 100m to the woods area
I didn't paid to much attention when I shot this, as it was raining and cold and I was bored at home.
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di-duit Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2005
Beautiful shot, as are the flowers!
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot :)
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openxsky Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005
Pretty shot. Lovely DOF! :aww:
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot :aww:
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pro-violence Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005
Those are beautiful flowers. Wonderful shot.
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot :bow:
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phobos2000 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005   Photographer
a great nature photo. the colors are nice. the frond of the pic full detail and a smooth yellow backround, nice job :) :clap:
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot
I'm happy that you liked it :bow:
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Op-Ivy Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005   Photographer
very nice
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:icongeostant:
geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot :bow:
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froggynaan Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Just wondering how you achieve such shallow depth of field at F7.1
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
Using 300mm of course :)
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froggynaan Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
That's what i thought.. I never understood why the longer focal lengths give shorter depth of feilds. I would expect the depth of feild to only depend on the relative aperture
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
It's hard to me to explain this
I'm not so good at optics explanations :|
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xDeviantDemonx Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005
this is very nice.. I Like it.. very nice pic. :glomp: :boogie:
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot :bow:
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xDeviantDemonx Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005
youre welcome ^_^
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fusiom Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005
^_^`
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geostant Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
Mmmm.... what this means ?
Did you liked it or not :?
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Camera Data

Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Shutter Speed
1/400 second
Aperture
F/7.1
Focal Length
300 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Feb 11, 2005, 2:30:45 PM
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