The point wasn't to capture nature as it truly is; instead, we are attempting to find something better than that: something that makes us stare; something that thrills. If you're interested in some of our photos let us know. We'd love to hear from
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All the photographs but two were taken with the Nikon D90. The lenses were one of three: an 11 - 16mm 2.8 Tokina; a 50mm 1.8 Nikon; an 80 – 200mm 2.8 Nikon brick from the 70's. The asa was always 200; never was a flash used; a circular polarizing filter was used on the two Nikon lenses — using one on the wide angle Tokina would striate the sky like a giffed gradient; and each shot was run through Photoshop for colour, crop, and blemish adjustment. The Clubhouse and the Frozen Rudbeckia were taken with a point-and-shoot.