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Old Mar 27, 2012, 3:52 PM   #1
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Old Mar 27, 2012, 3:54 PM   #2
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Amazing!!! Great shot Jim
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gorgeous jj, quite different to the daffodils here. i took this one the other day whilst shooting the ducks and swans. nowhere near the likes of yours or alex's quality. it was a little breezy though.
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Amazing!!! Great shot Jim
Thanks you Catalex.

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gorgeous jj, quite different to the daffodils here. i took this one the other day whilst shooting the ducks and swans. nowhere near the likes of yours or alex's quality. it was a little breezy though.

John I think your shot look great. Really nice job on keeping control of the yellow color.

Just a little wind make those daffodils want to dance.

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Old Mar 27, 2012, 5:15 PM   #5
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tell me about it lol. i used the tripod too and picked the lowest one i could find. all the early attempts were blurred. thanks for the compliment jj. but i really like yours much better. prettier when theyre not just all yellow
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Very pretty shot of an unique Daffodil. Here in CA they are like the one FITCIP posted. I like the purple streaks in the background.
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tell me about it lol. i used the tripod too and picked the lowest one i could find. all the early attempts were blurred. thanks for the compliment jj. but i really like yours much better. prettier when theyre not just all yellow
Again John, I think yours looks fine.

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Very pretty shot of an unique Daffodil. Here in CA they are like the one FITCIP posted. I like the purple streaks in the background.
Thanks for the comment Tullio.

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Really nice, JJ. The subtle colors in the background add a lot of drama.
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Really nice, JJ. The subtle colors in the background add a lot of drama.
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That is a nice flower, and the colors are the reverse of some around here.
I can't see John's flower for some reason.

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