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Water Photograph - Brand New One by Sally Siko

Brand New One is a photograph by Sally Siko which was uploaded on November 25th, 2009.

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Thank you very much. I capture all of my photographs with a Kodak Z1485 point and shoot camera. This shot was used with a OPTEKA Xtreme digital 0.45 Wide angle macro lens. The lens was found on Ebay and worth every penny. I was surprised by this shot when I uploaded it, the water droplets in the background just sparkle.. Thankyou for your complement and go get a macro lens, they are fun to work with.

This is truly magical! I have to get me a macro! /Ove R

Carolyn, I have seen your work, it is outstanding :)

Stunning, Sally...:-)

This is fascinating and so magically beautiful, Sally. Makes me feel like a little kid looking at this-my eyes are bugging out!! I am so in awe.Thanks for sharing. Marlene

Those bright speckles in the background are water droplets. It is just light reflecting off of them and the resulting optical effect is from the curvature of the macro lens. I was as surprised as one could be when I snapped this shot, I wasn't expecting the light to turn out this way :)

Spectacular ! How did you achieve those magnificent effects? Vijay

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