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Nikon D2X

Capture Date/Time: April 26, 2006 6:41
Focal Length: 20 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/2.8 - 1/6 sec
ISO: 500
Flash: None

When visiting Hartford on Wednesday, we toured some gardens just outside of the downtown area. Most of the flowers were not in bloom yet, but these beds of tulips were stunning.


04.28.06, 10:24 AM, Brandon:

Every girls dream!

04.28.06, 11:00 AM, Jeremi:

Wow...they are beautiful! I bet it took a long time to plant that many!

04.28.06, 11:36 AM, dave:

regemented, nice shot thou.

04.28.06, 01:36 PM, Gary:

good that you had enough to fill the frame!

04.28.06, 05:19 PM, Timothy Gray:

There is wonderful geometry in this image. Nature makes some lovely patterns!

04.29.06, 02:37 PM, *mamo:

wow, so colorful. nice, how the tulips are compressed on the right top corner...

04.29.06, 03:01 PM, Dennis Rogers:

What a great shot Mike. The unique angle is perfect.

05.01.06, 06:41 AM, Bob:

Very nice tulip shot. I love the nearly linear alignment across the frame

05.01.06, 06:52 AM, keith:

Oh no! tulip time, dont worry I will get my own back with a whole week of them. Nice angle.

05.02.06, 12:40 AM, jlc:

Wonderfull tulips with a wonderful NK D2X ;))

05.02.06, 06:35 PM, Shirley:

Very cool shot. I especially like the concentration in the upper right corner as well.

05.04.06, 08:47 PM, Pavel:

Nice angle, makes a plain shot interesting. Photography, amen. Here is my version of this field of flowers,

05.12.06, 01:04 AM, Heidi:

Hehe, good one! Made me smile, how the tulips stay here like soldier... I like them growing more "naturally and randomly" perhaps...

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