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8/18/2009

Pumpkin Flower

Pumpkin Flower

I leave for England and the British Birding Fair, where I will be assisting Zeiss UK with the Digiscoping Stand, attending meetings, etc. I am posting a few ahead here so you might not notice my absence.

This is from a growing set of images from around my yard in Kennebunk. Our yard is nothing special. We are casual landscapers and gardeners at best. But we do have pumpkin plants. They are unlikely to make pumpkins here inside the tide line where the season is short even by southern Maine standards, but they are great plants…with great flowers.

This was taken with the super macro on my little Sanyo dual HD camcorder and 10mp still camera.  It does a not half bad job. As you might guess, the camera was right down inside the large flower to take this shot.

Sanyo VPC GG 10 at it’s 40mm equivalent widest setting and macro. F3.5 @ 1/280th @ ISO 100. Programed auto.

Just my basic added Clarity, Vibrance, and sharpen in Lighroom.

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