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Garry Platt
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Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:28 pm
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Great picture Garry
What plant is it? T Rex?
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Wed Apr 08, 2009 6:58 pm
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Very nice picture Garry 8)

Here are some from last year

Musa Tibet
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Colocasia Formosana
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Musa Itinerans (indian form)
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can you guess what this one is :wink:
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Tony


Mon Aug 03, 2009 1:16 pm
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Curculigo crassifolia?


Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:54 pm
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That’s the one Roland :D


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Colocasia Gaoligongensis
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Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:41 pm
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Those are amazing! What type of camera and equipment did you use ?!
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Magnolia Tree, best I can do with my camera

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Hi Anthony,
The camera I have used for all these pictures isn’t anything special, it’s a pocket camera, 8-mega pixel Pentax optio L40.

The pictures are just a play on whatever natural light is available at the time.
Give it a go yourself!! Get any big leaf that naturally repels water lay it on the ground prop the sides up a bit then spray water on to it, a close low angle approach is best so you can capture the light refracting thru the water droplets.
For all of my pictures I take multiple shots at different angles until I get the desired effect but that’s not a problem with digital cameras.

Have fun :D


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can you guess what this one is


Thats awesome Tony!
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