Morning Glory

nathantw666

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I traveled on an adventure where I explored miniature, organic caves, saw details only the very small can see, and watched eagerly as they waited for wildlife to assist in reproducing. It was fulfilling day watching the life of a flower.

I used a Nikon D700 as the body, but I used a Hasselblad 120mm Makro Planer and a Hasselblad 180mm lenses. No extra lighting or reflectors were used other than sunlight and no tripod. I know I'm nuts to do that with the wind blowing, but hey, why not? I think they came out pretty well.

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