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Old Dec 22, 2010, 10:04 PM   #1
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Default E5, 50mm f2 and FL50R- Two compositions of the Same Subject

I'm taking advantage, I know, but I'm headed back out of town and this guy will be dead when I return. All the blooms have opened up and one in particular caught my eye before leaving the office this evening, so I twisted it around looking for a composition and found two.



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Old Dec 23, 2010, 6:48 AM   #2
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Greg, incredible lines in that first one, & great detail.
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Hi Greg,

Havin' fun ain't ya?

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perfect, what is left to say..........
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Greg, incredible lines in that first one, & great detail.
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I absolutely agree - I really like that composition!

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Zig said, "perfect, what is left to say.........."

Greg, the first (downloaded orig file size) is beautiful full screen, iMAC 27, may I use it as a desktop image?
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Really like the first one, a bit mysterious.

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Greg, the first (downloaded orig file size) is beautiful full screen, iMAC 27, may I use it as a desktop image?
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I'd be flattered!
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Havin' fun ain't ya?

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perfect, what is left to say..........
Definitely havin' some fun. Thank you.
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Looks pretty nifty Bob.

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