Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Fern leaf study

After my disappointment in yesterday's photo, I looked at the photo a little more and decided it might be possible to salvage a passable photo by cropping the lower left corder of the photo.

I definitely like this photo better.

When Julie and I travel she has a good eye looking at our photos of street scenes or groups of people and  finding smaller segments of the photos that are better when viewed alone rather than with the rest of the scene.

News Update Re Foreign Trade:  Yesterday the World Bank issued a report that said that Costa Rica accounts for 40% of all of the exports under the Central America (and Dominican Republic) Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR)  with the United States.  This is a huge success story for the Costa Rican economy.

The diversity of Costa Rican exports is also impressive, with high technology components and medical devices leading the way, in addition to traditional exports of coffee, bananas and pineapple. 

This week we have photos of the street art of Valparaiso, Chile, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


glenda said...

I like them both, such a bright green color.

Karl Demetz said...

Yes, this is definitely better :-)

Kate said...

The ferns you are photographing certainly have interesting patterns.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The complexity of plants make them an excellent subject for experimentation don't you think Dave.
How was your Ethiopian trip, I remember P went there on business for the Uni quite a while back now, but it affected him for weeks after he got home.

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