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Old Jul 30, 2007, 2:37 AM   #1
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These two pictures are ment to be large and to "get lost in". Right clic on the pictures and choose Show image to get overviews. Good luck

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Certainly a different way of looking at them. Very effective. Backlightingprovides opportunities that are often overlooked. Thanks for posting them.
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Certainly a different way of looking at them. Very effective. Backlightingprovides opportunities that are often overlooked. Thanks for posting them.
Thanks, yes it´s all about light, one way or another. Obviously you didn´t get lost :-)

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Now I've got fern spores all over me from crawling around under there. Those are beautiful, mature plants and I really appreciate backlit shots.
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Now I've got fern spores all over me from crawling around under there. Those are beautiful, mature plants and I really appreciate backlit shots.
Thanks. Yes, the sun works like some kind of X-ray device showing properties you normally don´t notice.

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