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Old Jul 19, 2005, 12:37 AM   #1
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I think this one is called a red cap - regrettably just pretty rather than edible. (I'm a big squash fan...)

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Very neat shot, Caroline. I like the lighting a lot. It looks almost comical.

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Thanks Tom!
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Hi Caroline,

What a very cool play with shadows and light! The color is awesome too!
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Thanks Stitchbabe!

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I agree.......it is a terrific shot! I've noticed it's difficult to get good indoor shots with good colour. You've done a beautiful job!

And Tom is right.......it is very comical looking! Perhaps you could put a face on it or something!! :lol:

Great job,

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