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Old Apr 19, 2006, 3:47 PM   #11
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Thanks a lot Scot. Not one of my favourites, so therefore interesting to hear others views. I'm still not finished with this "series", but want to try something a bit different for a change.

Another thing, today I took nearly a hundred or so shots of magnolia flowers (inspired by non-other than yourself), hoping to emulate your shot. None were keepers! It was very grey and cloudy which didn't help., but just goes to show me what it takes sometimes to get a nice image.

Keeping photography fun is the main thing.

Thanks again dude.

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amen!

i did the same yesterday working on my "ehterial forest" series.

by the responce (or lack there of) 40 shots with no keepers.

it was fun standing in ankle deep freezing water though! made the whole trip worth

it! :lol:


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At least with fruit shoots you get to eat the models after. :lol:
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