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Old Apr 2, 2006, 1:45 PM   #1
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I hope I'm not boring everyone by posting more pics of the JTG, but I had some leftover shots some of which I didn't think were as good...but what the heck, here they are anyway. As always, your comments are welcome.

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Hiroshi, if i had a place like that to shoot, i'd probably have a lot of pics of it too! very peaceful and serene... which is the whole idea of Japanese gardens... makes me want to go there and just sit for a while and listen to the birds, or the chuckle of running water...

nicely done!
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Hiroshi, if i had a place like that to shoot, i'd probably have a lot of pics of it too! very peaceful and serene... which is the whole idea of Japanese gardens... makes me want to go there and just sit for a while and listen to the birds, or the chuckle of running water...

nicely done!
Thanks squirl. I wouldn't sell the Seattle area short. I would love for you to take a trek on the ferry and do a photo shoot of the San Juan Islands or even the many colorful areas of Seattle, and if you feel like venturing further, How about the Butchart Gardens or Mt Rainier.....

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Old Apr 2, 2006, 2:44 PM   #9
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I'll take the leftovers. The emerald water of the trough alone was enough.
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Thanks for sharing Hiroshi, #17 and #19 are excellent pics.
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