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a Garden Flower
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 02-20-2012, 12:03 AM

these are small in size, but soft and lovely to view.

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02-20-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Beautiful.
The effect of the light is really something - almost a 3d experience. I think it is nice work.

Thanks for sharing this one.
02-20-2012, 01:28 AM   #3
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Nice cluster there Bob and you are becoming to be quite an expert with those dark/black backgrounds.
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Lovely shot! The light is magical and I love the background.
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I like this one too Bob. Looks 3D on the dark background.
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They do stand out very nicely with the dark background.--charliezap
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Nice cluster well framed - we just got some snow yesterday (have not had much this year) so it may be a while yet before we see the flowers.
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Nice shot Bob. Great color and light.

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Beautiful.
The effect of the light is really something - almost a 3d experience. I think it is nice work.

Thanks for sharing this one.
Well thank you very much for the kind words, glad you like the photo. Bob
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Nice cluster there Bob and you are becoming to be quite an expert with those dark/black backgrounds.
EM, I am watching the background more for these macro shots, so just a little contrast added darkens pretty well. Thanks for looking. Bob
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I like this one too Bob. Looks 3D on the dark background.
thank you Susan, turned out nice and soft and these flowers are pretty to view.
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They do stand out very nicely with the dark background.--charliezap
thanks Charlie, enjoy your stay in Florida, lots of flowers down that way and weird lizards too.
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Nice cluster well framed - we just got some snow yesterday (have not had much this year) so it may be a while yet before we see the flowers.
Lots of your BC and Alberta friends down this way still, but they will slowly be returning home in March is what most have said. Guess they are waiting for spring to start there and stay out of the snow.
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Nice shot Bob. Great color and light.
Thank you Dennis for taking a look here and the kind words.
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That is amazing Bob! Kind of has a lovely magnetic softness... really magical my friend! Love it. Garbhán
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