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Old Jun 2, 2010, 12:51 PM   #1
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I partially block the window and used a backlight only for this image. Seems there was enough light to go around and bounce off the rest of room to hit the front, too. From the E-620 with 14-42mm

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Excelsuperbio. Great color, interesting lighting, and sharp
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Excelsuperbio. Great color, interesting lighting, and sharp

Excelsuperbio? What da...??? Thanks (I think).
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The oly does capture more detail the the fuji. This is a brilliant shot.
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The oly does capture more detail the the fuji. This is a brilliant shot.
It bloody well better! heheheh Thanks a lot, Shoturtle.
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great shot Gary, nice depth to the stamen.

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great shot Gary, nice depth to the stamen.

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Thanks, Charles. And, thanks for looking.
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Very nice shot, Gary.(So you do grow something other than Roses?? LOL!!)
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