Here comes the Jupiter

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Oxalis triangularis

One lens,
One garden,
And dozens of blurry photos :P

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Oxalis triangularis + Fuchsia

One thing comes to mind when I look at what I got:
"Not as seen on TV" :)
Or in Google in this case. I wanted to have this lens for a long time because of the bokeh effect. But then I tried it (my brother has it) and looks like I saved some money.
It is ok, but not exactly what I expected. There are better ones out there that will give the effect of bokeh bubbles and swirls, with less editing after.

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Some green bush that was on my way

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Larkspur

All those were shot one early summer day at my mums garden.
The navy blue Larkspur is one of the plants that starts to behave like weed. The little flowers produce pods filled with tiny little seeds. Every stem like that can produce hundreds of them. Then in spring they spout everywhere! There is few places that they are allowed to grow as the please. From other they are removed to give room for other plants.
I always liked them because of the little care they need and the intensive colour.

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Larkspur

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Larkspur

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Lavender + some orange flying bug

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Must I really say what it is?

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Poppy

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Shot with Sony a7R + Jupiter-9 lens
All photos and text are my own.



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