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Good Luck for 2019
Good Luck for 2019
Elaine


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Collection: January Side Challenge
Camera: Canon EOS R
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Date: Jan 1, 2019
Aperture: 11.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1.3
Galleries: Macro, Food and Drink
Date Uploaded: Jan 1, 2019

Viewed: 171
Comments: 13
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Theme - Macro

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01/31/2019 10:03:34 AM
apropos for Jan 1! I agree with Mariuca, that the overall sharpness is somewhat lacking for the choice of composition and technique. even at f/11, DOF is quite shallow with that lens...
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01/04/2019 02:51:23 PM
I've never had black eyed peas. Best wishes for a great new year!
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01/02/2019 04:25:02 PM
Happy New Year! My Mom still prepares these every New Year's Day for good luck. Nice full frame macro.
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01/02/2019 02:39:43 PM
Intriguing. I never saw them before. Looks tasty!
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01/02/2019 12:43:46 PM
What[user] jagar said is true![/user]
To me it's lacking a little the sharpness for a macro
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01/02/2019 01:49:26 AM
Hatching little humans already formed and trying to get out.
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01/01/2019 11:00:41 PM
Love those black eyed peas. Had some today at two sittings. You captured them well with this macro.
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01/01/2019 10:47:42 PM
Awesome image for the New Year's celebration. We had them today as well, with green chiles and rice - our version of "Hoppin' John" which is a tradition in our family. Great capture!!
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01/01/2019 10:40:07 PM
Lovely macro. We had 'em with collards and a ham hock today. Yum!
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01/01/2019 09:59:25 PM
I see many little faces here - the two that are most distinct for me are in the center. One is a very fat face, so fat that the plump cheeks threaten to obliterate the eyes, already nothing but slits. The other, to the left of it as we are looking at the image and a bit higher in the frame, is as long and lean as the other is squat; not sure what he's looking at, but now I know what "looking askance" at something means. I am reminded of Jack Spratt and his wife.
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01/01/2019 08:43:54 PM
I like the way they are all at different angles showing different facets of themselves. (And now I want homemade soup.)
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01/01/2019 07:52:07 PM
makes me want to cook the ones that have been in my cupboard for the last 5 years .. i dont think seeds etc go out of date .. ??
anyway .. good food and good music .. ;)
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01/01/2019 07:09:34 PM
I LOVE black eyed peas. I am the only one in my family who eats them. Every once in a while I will fix myself some with dinner and everyone else eats corn or green beans.
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