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Old May 11, 2009, 1:47 AM   #1
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Old May 11, 2009, 1:49 AM   #2
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Autumn flowering Gerbra
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Big beauty and the itsy bitsy teeni weeni beest

Nr 1 is imho the best of the two
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Like 'em both Rodney...exquisite detail!
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Beautiful shots of both of those daisies.
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Very nice Rod,
Isn't this a great time of year!

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Both are good, but the first one is REALLY good!
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I like both Gerberas a lot, if I have to choose one it'll be #2 for it's plain beauty and the way you bring out the colour with that black background. But #1 has a story to tell, a thriller...
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Thank You, Harriet, Ronny, Jelpee, Mike, GW and Kjell.
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I really like photos like the second with the subject isolated with a black background. Those are some good shots.

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