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Old Mar 29, 2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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This little wildflower is no more than 3 inches tall and the bloom is no more than 1/3 inch wide.

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Old Mar 29, 2012, 10:52 AM   #2
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Superb shot Jim, like a 3D photo!!
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certainly has a 3d feel to it jj, whoever would have thought something so small could be so beautiful. you captured the detail so well. great work my friend!

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Superb shot Jim, like a 3D photo!!
Thank you my friend.

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certainly has a 3d feel to it jj, whoever would have thought something so small could be so beautiful. you captured the detail so well. great work my friend!

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Thanks John. This is the kind of thing I really enjoy doing.

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Stunning shot jj, well done.
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Very crisp! I think the 3D effect is a result of the sharpening applied to the image.
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Great shot.
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That's an excellent shot, such a beautiful flower. I love little wild flowers. Nice job!
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Too small for a button hole eh, nice one.
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