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Old Jul 5, 2010, 5:16 PM   #1
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Took the camera out in the yard to see what was out there. Amazing how many bugs and blemishes there are on the plants, that you don't notice until you develop the pic....
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...And a couple to finish it off.
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Beautiful images. Well-done.
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You have a nice variety to choose from in your own yard to shoot. Washington State seem like a great part of the country to live in. Most folks down here wouldn't like it because of all the rainy weather you guys deal with, but I think I could quite get used to it.
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That's a nice selection, Scouce-

They all look quite good.

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Took the camera out in the yard to see what was out there. Amazing how many bugs and blemishes there are on the plants, that you don't notice until you develop the pic....
Hi Ken,

That's what the cloning tool is for in Photoshop!

Seriously, good variety of floral images. If I'm not mistaken, a couple are of a flower on a Lily pad. Well done.


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Ken, nice variety of flora, the bugs are in season here to, hard to take a pic of anything without having some sort of insect on it.

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Thanks guys.

If you plan on coming to Washington State come between July 5 (The day after the fireworks disappear into the rainclouds the summer starts. It'll be in the 80's all this week and sunny) until September 30.

I had a wonderful sail in the sun with a nice breeze this afternoon.
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.................Seriously, good variety of floral images. If I'm not mistaken, a couple are of a flower on a Lily pad. Well done.

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Thanks zig: I was going to ask Scouse what kind flower that was, as the bloom was so familiar, but I couldn't quite place it. Then I saw your post and it hit me.

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Nice work! What lens was used?
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