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Old Sep 22, 2004, 11:21 AM   #1
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This seems to be the forum with the most activity so it seemed appropriate to post this here.

I want to take the opportunity to thank all the members of these forums for all the help they provide and all the wonderful pictures that get posted here. I have learned a lot since coming here, even though I was an experienced film photographer previously. I sincerely hope I have helped a few people along the way. It pleases me greatly to be on both sides of the fence. Photography, especially digital photography, is one of those activities where you never stop learning.

Being in these forums is like being a member of a camera club but better. You get to "have meetings" every day.

Thanks again and keep those photos, comments, and critiques coming.

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Old Sep 22, 2004, 11:53 AM   #2
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Cal,

Loved your pictures. Pls take a look at the Travel ForumI posted some identification for your flowers.

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Old Sep 22, 2004, 12:15 PM   #3
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Thanks, Selvin. I saw that but haven't recorded the names, yet. That "Red Bamboo" (you say Red Palm) was in the Nani Mau Botanical garden in Hilo. I am sure our guide called it Red Bamboo. In the photo, the folliage sure looks like a palm. I will try to check some other sources.

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Cal,

Howdy, the full name is "Red sealing wax palm."

Hilo Nani Mau gardens is beautiful unfortunately been there only once and never really got to tour the gardens only saw it from some meeting rooms. We used their meeting room facilities for a Department of Education workshop.
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