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Old Jul 5, 2010, 9:17 AM   #11
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Thanks Koolpc,

as mentioned in the post, a Pentax K20d
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Old Jul 5, 2010, 10:35 AM   #12
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My arachnophobia thanks you. Great shots.
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Glad to hear your temperatures are returning to more normal!
Wonderfully sharp & detailed series - especially great composition on #2!
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Ronny, after the bad joke that replaced spring this year maybe 37C is meant to level things out.
And the heat provoked you to take some marvellous photos, your macro work is so entertaining and inspiring. Thanks for posting!
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Old Jul 7, 2010, 2:18 AM   #15
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My arachnophobia thanks you. Great shots.
Glad to help your arachnophobia
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Glad to hear your temperatures are returning to more normal!
Wonderfully sharp & detailed series - especially great composition on #2!
thanks Mole,

seems that the temp is not returning to normal but is gone on a roller-coaster ride.
It dropped to a descent 24C (during the day) and with night minima of 6C and today we start at 8C and go to a ... 35C, and tomorrow ... I don't find it funny.
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Ronny, after the bad joke that replaced spring this year maybe 37C is meant to level things out.
And the heat provoked you to take some marvellous photos, your macro work is so entertaining and inspiring. Thanks for posting!
I'm sure it levels it out, but I guess it stays a bad joke the way it's jumping around.

Thanks for the great remarks

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