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Old Mar 23, 2010, 8:32 PM   #21
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Thanks. Do it while you can - a heavy thunderstorm yesterday knocked most of the daffodils down to the ground. Jeeez theres a small window for outdoor shooting around here in the Spring...

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Thankfully spring in the NW is much less violent. OTOH weatherbeaten flowers and wet stuff following a storm is an excellent oportunity for close up work. Might not be your tastes in subjects however.

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I'm glad that zig actually saw a gator. After this winter, all the gators have left from my lake. They have been replaced with a new, strange looking flock of birds!!!

Here is the new state bird of Florida:

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rotflol!
Hi Ted/zig:

Okay, I'm slow. I must admit that had no idea what rotflol meant. But I just now figured it out!!
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Old Mar 28, 2010, 5:09 PM   #23
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Default Does this count as the first "flower" in my yard.

Even thou I live in Florida, our last freeze was only a few weeks ago. The first sign of life coming back to my yard is this.



SOOC jpg E-PL1 w/ M14-42mm 1/250s f/11 ISO100 FL50 off camera.
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Even thou I live in Florida, our last freeze was only a few weeks ago. The first sign of life coming back to my yard is this.

SOOC jpg E-PL1 w/ M14-42mm 1/250s f/11 ISO100 FL50 off camera.
Works for me! Great lighting, nice photo.

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