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    Default The macro off the sea

    ID: Sea Anemone and some suspension

    A close up shot of a sea anemone, one of the beauty from a colony of anemones that had covered a particular water locks amongst the rocky terrain. There seemed to be some suspended matter, almost tiny thread like, that had covered almost whole of the water in that area.

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    Canon 100mm macro + Raynox DCR 250
    F/20
    Shutterspeed 1/160
    ISO 400
    Handheld, External flash fired

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    Liked the composition. The different shades of green and yellow along with the light add to the composition. The bubbles look nice. Is the image a bit soft? Not sure. Maybe using a higher shutter speed would have helped. Thanks for sharing.

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    The water seems to be dirty. Your composition is aimed at highlighting the suspended particles. I wonder if some kind of dredging had happened close by.

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    Conceptually, as per my opinion the overall image is good.

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    Sabyasachi Sir, the anemone, rather the colony of it, was in a water lock formed between rock crevices, due to low tide.
    The whole water seemed murky and only on magnification on the frame could see these strand like suspension.

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