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Old Jul 11, 2005, 8:17 PM   #1
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Found an old school while taking the long way to town.
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A Black eyed Susan macro
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Old Jul 11, 2005, 8:20 PM   #3
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not sure what the last 2 are called
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Is that a tin roof I see on the schoolhouse??.I bet that was noisy when it was raining.

Nice colours on the flowers Bob,never seen those red flowers before.

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Old Jul 11, 2005, 8:55 PM   #6
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Bob those are great flowers and the old school was a special find, we enjoyed them very much.

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Nice shots, Bob. I really enjoy the flower shots, sharp and rich in color. I'm going to tackle a few of those myself in the next few days barring rain (but we really need it). Keep up the good work.

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Thanks for looking and thanks for the comments, guys.

Yes, TD. those tin roofs are noisy in a rainstorm. Had a couple friends in school who had tin roofs on their houses.

Thanks Pablo, I got a kick out of your ice cream post.

Tsims, we sure could use some rain, I have no yard left. Good luck on the macro's, I still find them hard to get, it depends so much on the lighting.

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Tin roofs and rain make for a peaceful slumber. I know I've been lulled to sleep many nights by the rain on a tin roof. Even attended a single room school once with a cousin here in Thach Alabama around 1958 or so. They closed it down a few years later. Loved the school shot Bob. Brings back a flood of memories. Good saturation and clarity on the flower shots. You've been practicing I see. As for the rain, You'll be getting a visit from Dennis about now and may get more than you want. It missed us here and is just misting rain and blowing about 20 miles per hour.


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