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Posted By: luftfluss, 06-20-2012, 09:23 AM

Linked from my Photobucket, the scaling seems to make the images a little soft.







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06-20-2012, 10:47 AM   #2
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love those lush pastels in 1, really enjoy the vertical, repetitive theme in 2... well done, dave m
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Very nice shots. Well done.
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Thanks, fellas.

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What's not to like.Neat shots.--charliezap
06-20-2012, 01:34 PM   #6
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What's not to like.Neat shots.--charliezap
Well, I guess it depends on who you ask!

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Well if you ask me, these are great. Love #2 especially.
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Nice sharp crisp shots, well lit and showing great colour. Well done.

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with the large photos that are displayed and the photo clarity and textures still spot on, you know you got it right. Great job, I enjoyed the views. Bob
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Well if you ask me, these are great. Love #2 especially.
And who asked you? Oh yeah, I did! Thank you for the kind words.

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Nice sharp crisp shots, well lit and showing great colour. Well done.
Thanks!

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with the large photos that are displayed and the photo clarity and textures still spot on, you know you got it right. Great job, I enjoyed the views. Bob
Thanks, Bob. Sometimes I get it right, sometimes I get it wrong, sometimes I don't get it at all.
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Those first two are special. Love the colors and detail in the first one and the vertical lines of the second. Well done.
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Wow - a creative and delightfully different way to portray flowers - Very impressive.

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Those first two are special. Love the colors and detail in the first one and the vertical lines of the second. Well done.
Hey, thanks! My brother has told me for years that I'm "special"!

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Wow - a creative and delightfully different way to portray flowers - Very impressive.

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Thanks, Jer, I appreciate your comment. I'm working on being a little less ordinary when photographing flowers.
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The first two really compliment each other well. The second one, while simple, is so vibrant, and a really good shot.
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