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Old Apr 6, 2006, 3:08 AM   #1
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Many of the English lawns at this time of year are covered by a blanket of woven daisies . . .
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Old Apr 6, 2006, 4:08 AM   #2
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Hi Syd,

I like this - it is bright and cheery - I am so loving this sunshine we are having at the moment... (Am off to Cornwall next week i bet it rains!)

So the only thing that jumps straight out at me is the one oof daisy at the bottom middle - the rest of the smaller daisies look great but this one just looks a little out of place. But the large daisy on the right hand side is really sharp great job.

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P.s. Would just clone out the blade of grass across the second larger daisy head too...

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Thanks Dom. The weather has been great, but rain is forcast for tomorrow. It seems like typical April shower weather from then on next week with intermittent rain and sunshine. Are you going to Looe in Cornwall? Don't forget to take your camera, loads of memory and post your shots as soon as you get back. I often get cravings to visit Cornwall and can't wait to get there again this year. No prizes for guessing what you'll be feasting on down there ~ pasties, scrumpy and ice cream. Heaven!

Thanks for the suggestions on the shot, have taken it all in.

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Old Apr 6, 2006, 5:26 AM   #4
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Another great shot Syd. I hope to be posting some pics of my own when I get back from Hawaii.

3 more sleeps then we jet away to the islands! I hope not to find your type of weather lurking anywhere near there! I just wish I had the rain here. Need to top off those rain tanks. Do you think you persuadeyour rain cloudsto come to my place?
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i think it is a very pretty shot and a pleasing composition- nice
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Old Apr 6, 2006, 5:33 AM   #6
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Hey Syd,

Not forgetting the cream teas.... mmmmmm!

And Shadow? Have the rain - take our weather away from us forever! If I never see rain again I would not be sad...!

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Shadowlies - we just got through our 40 daysof extreme rains with dam breaks, landslides, and other stuff. Clearing up though so am hoping for great weather for your trip. Have a great time and click away.
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Syd, welcome to the party - nice capture there. Can's say more than has been said. Regards. Jaki.
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Old Apr 6, 2006, 1:10 PM   #9
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DomCotton wrote:
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And Shadow? Have the rain - take our weather away from us forever! If I never see rain again I would not be sad...!

Dom
. . . and strangely they tell us that our resevoirs are too low and have slapped a bleedin' hose pipe ban on us, otherwise we're in for a drought this summer. :?

Thanks again dudes.

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A very nice, clustered composition, Syd.
Looks like father, mother and a houseful of child daisies are all being blessed by the touch of sunrays...
Well done!
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