Helleborus foetidus


Posted by Swissblad on Thu Feb 01, 2024 1:15 am

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While it may not be the prettiest of the helleborine family, the poor "stinking hellebore" is one of the earliest heralds of spring in our area, and as such always a welcome sight.

Nikon Z8 and Nikkor Z 105mm Macro lens.

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by david fletcher on Thu Feb 01, 2024 5:34 am
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Beautifully done Sinuhe. A very welcome sight indeed. Nice work.
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by Carol Clarke on Thu Feb 01, 2024 11:54 am
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A fine image with excellent detail and right now I welcome any herald of spring, Sinuhe!

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by Tom Whelan on Thu Feb 01, 2024 11:47 pm
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Lovely image - and a welcome thing to me in this season.
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by John Labrenz on Thu Feb 01, 2024 11:55 pm
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nice and crisp....looks like the new z 105 macro performs nicely
 

by Swissblad on Fri Feb 02, 2024 3:33 am
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John Labrenz wrote: nice and crisp....looks like the new z 105 macro performs nicely
Hi John, we're very happy with the new 105 macro lens.. it's a stunning performer...and hoping that Nikon will follow on with a new 200mm or 70-180mm macro lens as hinted at in a recent interview.
 

by Axel Hildebrandt on Fri Feb 02, 2024 9:30 am
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Great to see fresh green colors this time of the year, and thanks for sharing, Sinuhe.
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by Mary Brun on Sun Feb 04, 2024 2:59 am
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It seems like a large plant, I like its shape. Very well captured, I really like how it stands out against the dark background
and how it is surrounded by the darker leaves at the bottom.
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by Cynthia Crawford on Wed Feb 07, 2024 7:40 pm
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A bright and lovely sight- always nice to "think spring" even if it is far away here. Love the vibrant greens.
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