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Old Mar 29, 2007, 7:06 PM   #1
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Needed to addsome color in my life.

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Very nice photos and GREAT colour!!! I can hardly wait for spring!!!!
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Very nice photos and GREAT colour!!! I can hardly wait for spring!!!!
Thanks Annie, That's the one great advantage about living in S.F. Bay Area...Spring most year around....meaning the weather doesn't change much around here.

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I also await spring. Which is sort of here. We have a couple crocus flowers and one daffodil open. Nothing like what you have. And you say it's spring like all year round? Maybe I should take up our former neighbor on her invite to come visit.

Very nice pictures. Nice and vibrant.
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At first I liked the second one best and then I liked the lighting on the third one, but the color on the forth one was great so I just like them all. Nicely done Hiroshi.
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Happy & Ted....Thanks much for the nice comments. Yes I count miself lucky to live here. Lots of photographic opportunities, the problem is just finding the time.

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Very striking. These images really have 'pop'. I personally like the camellia best, though it is a bit more restrained. I suspect it is the lighting that really catches the eye on this one.
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