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Posts Tagged ‘Lotus Blossoms in Martyr’s Park’

Last of my favorite lotus blossom shots taken this morning during a walk around Martyr’s Park in Changsha.

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Alright, the lotus blossom blog posting blitz is almost over . . .

Another of my favorite shots from today.

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Close-up shot of a lotus blossom before it fully blooms and assumes a much larger form.

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Another of my favorite close-up shots taken with a Sigma 120-400mm telephoto lens in Martyr’s Park, Changsha.

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The Sigma 120-400mm telephoto lens captured some really beautiful close-ups during my walk around Martyr’s Park this morning.

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Another of my favorite lotus blossom pics from my walk early this morning in Martyr’s Park.

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I’m posting this picture to give readers an idea of how many lotus plants there are in the park’s lake.

I didn’t shoot any wide angle pictures today because I didn’t want to change lenses and expose the internal parts of my Canon 400D (aka Rebel Xti) to the heat and humidity. I did put my Sigma 10-20mm wide angle lens on my Canon 1v film camera and took some pictures of the entire ‘garden’ of lotus blossoms; I’ll post some of those pictures here and on my flickr page once they’re developed.

Anyways, it was a gorgeous morning with beautiful lotus blossoms everywhere and while it was warm and humid the heat had yet to hit hard . . . I had a great time taking more pictures here.

If you visit Changsha in June this is, in my opinion, a must visit location!

J

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