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Old Apr 28, 2006, 3:23 PM   #1
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The last three are my son Joshua taking a bath.
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Old Apr 29, 2006, 9:33 AM   #2
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You can save thge one's of Joshua and tease him with them when he gets older!! LOL I've got several of each of my three daughters bathing . I bring them out every now and then and show my soninlaws. Drives the daughters crazy!!

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Good idea. I love taking pictures now that spring is here. I just bought myself a Green Anole Lizard for my birthday yesterday. Will get pictures of him tonight or tomorrow and post them.
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Looking forward to the photos Ken!

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Old Apr 30, 2006, 10:20 AM   #5
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Here are some closups of my Green Anole. He is brown right now ecause he slightly cold. Green Anoles change from green to brown depending upon their mood and the temperature. Forgive the blurriness I am still learning to use the Macro Feature of my Kodak CW330.








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Old Apr 30, 2006, 11:30 AM   #6
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That second one is pretty good Ken. Are you using a tripod?

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Nope, just held it as steady as possible in my hand.

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Not poking my nose in but some macros will look better with the tripod. Helps take out some motion Blur. Just one old man making an obsevation! LOL
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True, but it was late at night, I was tired and forgot to use a tripod. Thanks for the tip. Comments are always welcome. Will get some better pictures tonight.

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ken68 wrote:
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Good idea. I love taking pictures now that spring is here. I just bought myself a Green Anole Lizard for my birthday yesterday. Will get pictures of him tonight or tomorrow and post them.

Move to Florida Ken - we got all the lizards you'd ever want freely running all over the patio and gardens. Right now it is mating season and there are always lots of lizard wars going on, males chasing males and fighting everywhere
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