Sunday, May 3, 2009

Lens baby and a mystery tree




Steve graciously let me borrow his lens baby to experiment. I got this shot of the window at church, but I also tried some photos of mixed spring flowers and all I got was a white screen...anybody know why that happened?

Also, this is a mystery tree I saw growing on one of my hikes last week. There were so many of them and I knew that most of them wouldn't survive in one area, so I grabbed one and planted it in a pot to see if it would grow. The leaf buds have opened:)

6 comments:

Framing Images and Memories said...

Boy, I let you borrow a 'secret' and then you take a photo that is much better than ones Ive taken with the same tool. That takes nerve. Beautiful window.

meganrockerstar1 said...

Awesome job on the plant picture i love it

philmary said...

All I can remember from Zoo is that plant is a dicot..

Target has a Nikon 55-200 lens for $650 or a Canon 75-300 $800..throw in $100 gift certificate
What are the address you were talking about?

trishalyn said...

I can't answer your question, but can tell you I love the 2nd image! It has an interesting perspective, and I love the sepia tone contrasting with the bright green leaves...it sets them off nicely! Great idea to include the ruler, too! Keep us posted on your little plant's growth! :-)

Bridget said...

i absolutely love the image of the tiny tree.
the angle with the ruler and the way the baby grabs my attention are just some of the reasons why.

Linda said...

Jayme, I like them both, but I keep gravitating to the plant. Great perspective.

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