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Old Nov 6, 2009, 4:11 PM   #1
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Default Probably the last flowers of the year?

The other day I came home to find a bouquet on the table. I thought all the flowers were gone by now in Wisconsin, so that was a surprise.

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.....and these photos have a WOW factor to them, just beautiful and your photography of them is excellent. Thanks for sharing these, they really brighten my feelings.
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Well done! The colors are superb and I like your angles.
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Thanks for your kind comments! Much appreciated!

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Hi there, Hiro-

I am sort of like Bob. Those photos have a very nice "wow factor" to them. That for sharing that experience with us.

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Hi there, Hiro-

I am sort of like Bob. Those photos have a very nice "wow factor" to them. That for sharing that experience with us.

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Hi Sarah-

Thanks for your kind comments! I was experimenting with side-lit exposures to create the illusion of three-dimensionality (wow factor ). Very challenging as the shadows in any side-lit scene become excessively dark when the scene is underexposed.

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