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Old May 14, 2014, 5:45 PM   #1
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Default Trillium and a Blossom

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Nice shots, looks like you are a trace ahead of us with spring
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Nice shots, looks like you are a trace ahead of us with spring
Not by much as many of the trees were just starting to bud and get some leaves.

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Very nice images - especially the trillium. It's so hard to get the white exposed correctly with no blown highlights, and you accomplished it quite well! And, as I'm sure you know, the spring wildflowers must begin before the trees leaf out, or they will be caught in the dense shade with insufficient solar energy...
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Very nice images - especially the trillium. It's so hard to get the white exposed correctly with no blown highlights, and you accomplished it quite well! And, as I'm sure you know, the spring wildflowers must begin before the trees leaf out, or they will be caught in the dense shade with insufficient solar energy...
Thanks for viewing and commenting. Any 'quality' in the trillium photo is more chance than skill .

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