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Old Apr 4, 2011, 3:16 PM   #1
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Old Apr 4, 2011, 6:08 PM   #2
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Nice shots Stefan, looks as though you are really enjoying the sunshine.
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Old Apr 4, 2011, 6:29 PM   #3
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Nice Stefan. Not like you to forget the description and genus!
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Nice shots Stefan. Love the color of #1. Are these plants that come up around the house or they wild plants found in the woods? Would love to see some close-ups shots of both of them.

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Nice Stefan. Not like you to forget the description and genus!

Banksy,

please excuse my neglect ;-)

# 1: Liverwort (Hepatica nobilis)

#2: Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara)

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Nice shots Stefan. Love the color of #1. Are these plants that come up around the house or they wild plants found in the woods? Would love to see some close-ups shots of both of them.

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the Liverwort is found in the woods and the Coltsfoot is found on disturbed areas.

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Stefan, nice colors and beautiful flowers. Looks a little soft to me, though.
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Stefan, nice colors and beautiful flowers. Looks a little soft to me, though.
Saly,

thanks a lot for your comments.

I just sharpened the pix with GIMP and scaled them down.
To me it seems, that most of my pix looses sharpness and IQ when I download them to the forum

How can I improve the IQ much more efficient?

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Stefan - I have a free Flicker account that I upload my shots to and then just link to the image in my posts. I think it give a little better image quality than the attachments.

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Stefan - I use Picasa web album and post directly from there. The images seem to maintain their IQ.
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