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Old Jul 27, 2007, 11:38 PM   #1
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I just can't help myself.

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The third one is excellent, really like that one! The yellows got a bit blown out in the second one- a bright yellow flower in the sun is as hard to capture correctly as a white flower is. Otherwise, it would be a very nice picture too.
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Magnificient capture of some equally magnificient specimens!

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Hi Rodney,



I liked them all! Very nice shots!!! I did play a little with the third one ( The Red Rose) and framed it . I hope that you don't mind and might like it.

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Very nice shots Rodney. Yellows and reds can be hard to get right. Nicely done....cheers...Don
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Very nice shots Rodney. Yellows and reds can be hard to get right. Nicely done....cheers...Don
Nicely done Rodney!

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People have asked: "If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one to hear it, is there any sound?". One might then ask "If a flower blooms and there is no one to see it, is there any beauty?" Flowers wither and die all too soon - a photograph preservesthat beauty and posting it allows the beauty to be appreciated. Thanks for doing it.
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