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Old Jun 15, 2008, 9:07 PM   #1
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Yes I like it, I'm just incredibly curious as to the origin of this master piece! from Goldwinger

Okay, Goldwinger. Went back by there on the way to pick up my son today. This is only one week later. The flowers seem to have either bit the dust from all the rain, or they were past their prime. Just one week ago the tips all had light purple petals.

Sorry the photo isn't any better. It's right by the river and there was a slight breeze blowing.

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Old Jun 15, 2008, 9:47 PM   #2
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Yes I like it, I'm just incredibly curious as to the origin of this master piece! from Goldwinger

Okay, Goldwinger. Went back by there on the way to pick up my son today. This is only one week later. The flowers seem to have either bit the dust from all the rain, or they were past their prime. Just one week ago the tips all had light purple petals.

Sorry the photo isn't any better. It's right by the river and there was a slight breeze blowing.

Patty
well, it is about what I thought it would be, very close to the group I shot last sat. if you use a flash, it interferes with the plants electro'nano sensor and it will emit a hi frequency subsonic signal in opposite phaze with the DSLR and will wrewreak havok on the CCD sensor, resulting in this type of photo every time. the sad part is the plants dont las much more than a week or two at the most after they're shot.
they actually give there all so we humans can get these pics.:sad::sad::sad:

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Old Jun 16, 2008, 7:52 AM   #3
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Is your comment for real? Or, are you joshing me?

If it's real, no wonder I couldn't get a single photo to come out. No matter what I did. I just kept thinking it was because I was in the shade and didn't know what I was doing. Normal for the course of my photography!:-)

I like yours better. More to it.

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lol

he can get great shots because he knows how to modify the phase variance of the submolecular IFF discriminator.
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Old Jun 16, 2008, 5:46 PM   #5
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he can get great shots because he knows how to modify the phase variance of the submolecular IFF discriminator.
ah, you got me Gaz!
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Old Jun 16, 2008, 6:00 PM   #6
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Is your comment for real? Or, are you joshing me?

If it's real, no wonder I couldn't get a single photo to come out. No matter what I did. I just kept thinking it was because I was in the shade and didn't know what I was doing. Normal for the course of my photography!:-)

I like yours better. More to it.

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:lol::lol::lol: I should be ashamed I know…
but, I just couldn't let the opportunity go by!
OK, I apologize. I was really wishing I could replicate the exact effect you got but, I did it in a hurry just before bed time and decided it was good enough.

Here is what I started with. Thanks for being a sport!:blah:
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Patty:lol::lol::lol: I should be ashamed I know…
Got that bee in your bonnet, did you? :G

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Old Jun 17, 2008, 7:23 AM   #8
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I'll forgive you. This time!

I figured this was a story. Didn't make sense, but then there are many things I don't know about these sensors.

You're off the hook. But, I'm keeping my eyes on you, young man!:-)

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You're off the hook. But, I'm keeping my eyes on you, young man!:-)

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"young man" why thank you Patty, thats the nicest thing anyone has said to me in a long time!
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