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Old Apr 7, 2006, 3:24 PM   #11
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Thanks Cal for explaining this.

That is helpful and helps me to know what's going on! I'm glad you've got a good teamwork rota arranged there, I appreciate all of your input and allowing this fun forum to continue.

So well done, Selvin, Rose and Cal! All the best to you all.

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Old Apr 7, 2006, 4:59 PM   #12
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So lively, Paul, as if the snow has been melting by the strongly radiating yellow flower! (Oh how I love colour yellow!)
Btw, I have already recommended your name to some new folks in the forum, especially for 'rule of the thirds' issue, hope you don't mind :-)
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Bahadir, You have a keen eye! Indeed I had also thought about that "look / perception" that the "warmth" of the yellow flower almost seems to melt the snow! Glad you're on the same (light) wavelength! :-)

Well I feel honoured if you mentioned my name to any new folks on the forum, as I'm still very much a humble beginner and learning continually (I hope!) Still thanks for sharing the experiences I've had with others, of course no problem.

Peace and have a great rest of the weekend.

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