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Old Jun 15, 2012, 5:57 PM   #1
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Default ....some critters & stuff with the 35mm

Greg, this is the wildflower area at Veterans Park, it is large, has a good variety of plants and the plants are in pretty good shape.


I shot these in there today with the 35mm








.....it was a fun 'scout' trip; I am looking forward to tomorrow, should be 'funner'.

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That sounds like a "Katherine word".

Impressive field, indeed. I'm looking forward to it.
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Here is a shot I took while running out the door (Macro mode on the 12-50mm lens). Had a very nice 30th birthday surprise of a silver OM-D with lens!! Very busy day today, so I have probably taken 5 pictures total. Just cropped this image, but nothing else done to it. Forgot to change into RAW so shot in default Ln.

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Like the bee photo Bob, that bee is full of pollen.
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Drew, heck of a shot for being in a hurry.
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