The world through my eyes

May 6, 2009 at 2:00 am Leave a comment

So I’m still fussing around with getting four rolls of 120 B&W taken on my new Diana F+ camera onto CDs so I can upload them. In the meantime, whilst in Hong Kong recently, I concentrated on getting shots of nature (mainly birds and flowers). Particularly with the flowers, I was interested in the luscious folds of the petals.  All shots taken with my beloved Nikon D40. Enjoy!

Here’s a beautiful Red Lory (Eos Bornea) – you may notice that this scarlet beauty is now the header for the ThinkingShift blog.

This dainty bird is a Bali Myna (Leucopsar Rothschild)

This is the very first shot with my new macro lens (Fujiyama) of the centre of an African daisy.

And finally, a sumptuous orchid.

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