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The Future's Bright, The Future's a Shade of Red.... by Sandra Cockayne
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An exteme macro shot of a ray of sunshine on the petals of a Begonia. Taken at Peel Park, Bradford, W Yorkshire, England, UK.

Sony A200.
Sony DT 2/2.8mm SAM macro lens.

No Editing.

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  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyover 4 years ago

    What a beautiful macro, Sandra! Wonderful capture!

  • Gosh you were quick! Thank you so much Mike for the lovely compliments – glad you like it! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • Vitta
    Vittaover 4 years ago

    Excellent image!!

  • Thank you Vitta for your lovely comment and compliment and especially for the fave – greatly appreciated my friend! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • Qnita
    Qnitaover 4 years ago

  • WOW! Thank you Qnita for your lovely banner and especially for the fave – greatly appreciated my friend! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • 1stImpressions
    1stImpressionsover 4 years ago

    stunning image…well done

  • Thank you FI for your lovely compliments and comments – greatly appreciated! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 4 years ago

  • Thank you Ray and Audrey for your welcome! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • trish725
    trish725over 4 years ago

  • Wow! Thank you for choosing this as a feature Trish! I’m over the moon! Thanks hun! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • hardhhhat
    hardhhhatover 4 years ago

    very delicate shot.

  • Why thank you my good man for your lovely compliments – greatly appreciated! Thanks for popping in to say hello too! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • hardhhhat
    hardhhhatover 4 years ago

    No problem – flowers is where I started my photography career… I got a 3rd place in a competition with the centre of a yellow rose and then I was hooked. I am not sure but if it wasn’t placed I may have turned my back on photography – think of all those poor rusty skips that would be left forgotten :o)

  • Lol! Similar story here as it goes HHH, I love my macro flower shots, but now I’m hooked on anything that catches my eye! Well and truly hooked! I Take it that’s where you catch your rust work, on those poor skips? There’s plenty of those around where I am, in Bradford!! Good source for you I would imagine!…..S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • klikker
    klikkerover 4 years ago

  • Thank you Nick and Aj for your welcome! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

  • hardhhhat
    hardhhhatover 4 years ago

    I may have to take a trip up there one weekend then I always try and go to different places to get new work rather than visit the same sites. I could miss stuff I know but I also don’t want to repeat stuff either… I am near Cambridge so a bit of a trek… Flowers and skips are great as they never complain if you get their wrong side or the exposure isn’t right :o))))

  • lol! I meant skips in general being a good source, not just ones in Bradford!! This city as it goes, for some reason, has a skip round every street corner!! Saw a purple one today with yellow scratches as well as rust, but didn’t have me camera on me! Shame! S:)x

    – Sandra Cockayne

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