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Old Sep 23, 2007, 7:51 PM   #11
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bilybianca wrote:
Well, if you use RAW...:blah:

Some interesting effects, need to put sunglasses on to look at #2. We haven't seen a blue sky often here since June.

Is that apple tree in your own garden? You might give me a lesson on how to take care of them, we have trees but don't get many apples.

Well, I have one of those shades on the back of the DS and can't see the LED on the back unless I open it, so I didn't realize what any of the setting were until the photos started looking very strange when I did check them.

As for the apple tree in the back yard, we only had one, but now we have a second one that is small and has no apples, but now the larger tree has just massive amounts of apples each year. Sad to say, we do nothing with the tree but wait for the apples to get ripe and them make pies out of them.

When we had only one tree we had very few apples each year, but now the tree is just covered with them. Must have been lonely.

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Old Sep 23, 2007, 10:18 PM   #12
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What a visual feast, amazing colours.
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