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Old Dec 11, 2011, 3:57 AM   #1
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Old Dec 11, 2011, 5:30 AM   #2
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Amazing shots Saly, as you said it's a great benefit in living there.
I've been playing with the settings of FZ150, I'll post the photos soon.
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..and colorful bugs too. Beautiful pictures. I love the white flower (lily variety?). The texture on the rose petals almost gives it a real feel.
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Again amazing series as always Saly!!
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Must be nice to have color in your world. Excellent shots.

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Old Dec 11, 2011, 4:31 PM   #6
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Thank you NileLily - looking forward to your 150 shots!!

Thank you Raghu! The white flower is called a gaura (this particular species is called Whirling Butterflies). They are small (about 2cm across) flowers that grow on a small shrub.

Thank you catalex, jj! Yep, you can't beat the winters here in So Cal (summers can be vicious though).
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Wonderful series as always saly

Shame you miss the fun of shivering and scraping ice of the windshield in the mornings...
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Thanks square one, did I mention it is a brisky 60 deg outside??
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What a stunning rose with beautiful texture in the petals. Lovely saly.
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Stunning! Fantastic colours!
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