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Old Sep 4, 2010, 2:34 PM   #1
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Old Sep 4, 2010, 6:13 PM   #2
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Good shots Gary; but what's with the Ohio location. What happened to Kentucky?
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The ohio river runs through kentucky, and the louisville area is kentuckyanna, as it is really close to indiana. So ohio blooms is a really short trek,

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These looks like you usual high iq shots. Very crisp, great color.
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The Ohio river runs through Kentucky, and the Louisville area is Kentuckian, as it is really close to Indiana. So Ohio blooms is a really short trek,

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These looks like you usual high iq shots. Very crisp, great color.
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All true, but that is southern Ohio. It's a rather long way to northern Ohio from Louisville. He must be visiting the area. I don't see driving to northern Ohio just for a few blooms!
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Wherever you took the images, they're beautiful. The 1st and last are my favorites.

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Good shots Gary; but what's with the Ohio location. What happened to Kentucky?
Had a road trip to the Akron/Canton area for my wife's family reunion. These were in her cousin's back garden.

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The ohio river runs through kentucky, and the louisville area is kentuckyanna, as it is really close to indiana. So ohio blooms is a really short trek,

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These looks like you usual high iq shots. Very crisp, great color.
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All true, but that is southern Ohio. It's a rather long way to northern Ohio from Louisville. He must be visiting the area. I don't see driving to northern Ohio just for a few blooms!
Thanks! About a 370 mile short trek

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Wherever you took the images, they're beautiful. The 1st and last are my favorites.

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Thanks, Zig. I snagged these with my 18-180mm. I *really* like this lens!
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