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Old Jun 18, 2011, 2:58 PM   #1
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This afternoon I have few minutes (from my nursing and butlering duties ) in my little garden, and take these:

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#3 this is a crop of #2



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Nothing of special....
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Great shots Catalex54. I think number one is excellent!!!!

Glad you are finding some time to have some fun.

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Old Jun 18, 2011, 3:52 PM   #3
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Thanks JJ you are very kind with me.
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Excellent closeups! I also like #1 very much, layers of pink are beautiful
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Beautiful close ups. You don't realise the detail in these plants until you see them up close and personal. The sage is so hairy!
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catalex54,

Very detailed LC55 shots. Thanks for sharing....
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Thank Saly, Banksy and Ujefrocnrol, yes the sage is very hairy
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My vote also goes to #1. The sage certainly has a "wooly" appearance in close ups.
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Great series - No.1 is just gorgeous - great composition, colour and sharpness. I've tried capturing hydrangeas and never been pleased with the shots as its hard to get the DOF right as the petals are not all on an even plane - well done indeed.
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