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Old Mar 13, 2007, 9:03 PM   #1
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I took this last spring with my wide angle and darn near on my head. C&C is welcome....thanks for looking.

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Old Mar 14, 2007, 5:44 AM   #2
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Great shot with an unusual point of view.........
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Old Mar 14, 2007, 7:01 AM   #3
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Great use of foreground..which distinguishes an artist from atourist
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Old Mar 14, 2007, 5:55 PM   #5
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Thanks bahadir....I drive by this Church daily and these tulips were calling out for attention. Thanks for stopping by...

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Hey Mandy, sorry for the late reply but I just saw this & wanted to also compliment you on your use of the forefront angle!!! I was just thinking today that I can't wait until the tulips bloom at Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis (about 20miles from me) so that I could do something like this. Actually, I got the idea from our Windows background on our PC. Everyone keeps asking me if I took it & I wish I could accept credit for it BUT....:sad::sad::sad::sad:

Anywho, keep playing around...that church has some interesting angles, too!

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Hey Mandy, sorry for the late reply but I just saw this & wanted to also compliment you on your use of the forefront angle!!! I was just thinking today that I can't wait until the tulips bloom at Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis (about 20miles from me) so that I could do something like this. Actually, I got the idea from our Windows background on our PC. Everyone keeps asking me if I took it & I wish I could accept credit for it BUT....:sad::sad::sad::sad:

Anywho, keep playing around...that church has some interesting angles, too!

Ron
Hi Ron, I wish there weren't so many electrical wires around this church. No angle is good because of this, but always look for something different. I want to also take a photo of some Tulips like the "windows" one...hopefully we will both succeed.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck at the Botanical Garden.

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