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Old May 19, 2010, 7:54 AM   #11
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Those are amazingly beautiful...bokeh is awesome...love the last flowers what are they?
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Old May 19, 2010, 9:44 AM   #12
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Beautiful shots Torgny.

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Old May 19, 2010, 7:14 PM   #13
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LTZ470,

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Thank you for viewing and the comments. I have some knowledge of wildflowers, but garden flowers - no, I don't know the name

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Old May 20, 2010, 2:47 AM   #14
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wow...what is that flower, the last one? Never seen before.
They look pixelated in a computer software, haha... even nature is trying out CGI
all the picks are very nice. But am I wrong in implying you did this under clouds and no sun?
Looks kinda dim for me.
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very nicely done, which lens did you use with the 5d
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Some pretty flowers here

It is best to post 5 photos per thread otherwise the post gets very long and you soon go to a 2nd page as we can see here.
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Old May 20, 2010, 5:45 AM   #17
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wow...what is that flower, the last one? Never seen before.
They look pixelated in a computer software, haha... even nature is trying out CGI
all the picks are very nice. But am I wrong in implying you did this under clouds and no sun?
Looks kinda dim for me.

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Yes, unusual pattern to the last picture, like chessboard. No, I'm not familiar with garden flowers - but they all come from the wild

Yes, that's the point of this thread - sacrificing dynamics but still making them enjoyable - hopefully

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Old May 20, 2010, 6:25 AM   #18
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very nicely done, which lens did you use with the 5d

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The lens - Canon 70-200, which I'm trying to master. Thank you.

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Old May 20, 2010, 6:29 AM   #19
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Some pretty flowers here

It is best to post 5 photos per thread otherwise the post gets very long and you soon go to a 2nd page as we can see here.

Thanks, Mark,

I'll try to remember that, but I can't promise anything. I've got a comparably good memory, but it's very, very short

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Btw The computer mouses come in many different models. I'm sure you can can find a suitable model
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I found out what that strange flower is !

It is a Fritillaria meleagris also known as Snakeshead Fritillary, Checkered Daffodil, Chess Flower, Guinea-hen Flower, Leper Lily; Kungsängslilja for us Swedes

I found it upon checking out a kind of macro lens that has been whispered around by some forum members, haha... What luck, eh?
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