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I made sure to get up earlier today and get out to take photos, but first I checked the 3 planters where I planted a total of 15 tulip bulbs. There are now 5 buds that have recently broken through the soil; the 6th one is about 2 inches tall now and looking good! After getting all excited and talking to my newborns I started walking around the backyard in search of new macro subjects. We have a boatload of some plant/flower in the thistle family, and I keep taking photos of them but haven’t posted any. Then I came across this single blade of grass with a drop of water poking up through some of the “thistle” leaves. I used one of the UltraViolet looks in Luminar 3 then masked out the single blade of grass so that it really stands out.

64 days down, 301 to go!!

Dare To Be Different
Dare To Be Different

Photo Info

Fujifilm X-T3
Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS
Meike 10mm and 16mm extension tubes
ISO 250 – f/6.4 – 1/80  -0.3EV – 55mm

RAW Photo was post processed in Luminar 3

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. This is such an amazing photo, Debbie!

    1. Thank you so much, Aixa. I liked it so much that it is my wallpaper on my iPad Pro; haven’t changed it on the computer yet. I wanted to like the new blog post on your site, but it (the “Like”) wasn’t showing. Also, I love the name change.

  2. that’s very cool how you made the leaves purple to pop out that single fresh green blade

    1. I used one of the UltraViolet “looks” in Luminar 3, then masked the blade of grass and water drop…a very quick edit, but I so love the look! It is my laptop, cell phone, and tablet wallpaper! Glad that you liked it.

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