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Care for some fresh picked homegrown?--Flowers that is.
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Posted By: charliezap, 07-14-2012, 09:20 AM

I walked around the yard yesterday to pick some flowers so my better half could see them while she had her morning cup of joe.--charliezap

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07-14-2012, 01:14 PM   #2
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Lovely Charlie. I like the psychedelic look of the first one.
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Lovely Charlie. I like the psychedelic look of the first one.
Thanks Susan.The placemats on the table have a floral pattern to them and I hoped that they would go with that particular shot.Here is another shot that I forgot to include.It is in the obligatory K5 filter pastel mode.--charliezap
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Charlie you are so creative and your creativity shouts happiness! Thanks for sharing this vivid collection of colours. Well done!

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very pretty shots, that pastel works well here Charlie, nice job.
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Nice shots....1st one is my favorite..
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You post a lot of highly saturated and colorful shots Charlie, as well as some filtered and processed versions....I like that, I like to see experimentation. These are some of your best!

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Charlie you are so creative and your creativity shouts happiness! Thanks for sharing this vivid collection of colours. Well done!
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very pretty shots, that pastel works well here Charlie, nice job.
Thanks for the kind words.I really like going outside and gathering flowers for use in the home.Everything is so colorful in this neck of the woods this time of year.My sprinkler heads may have something to do with it though.--charliezap

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That first shot works so well, I think it's a very inspired creation.
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Nice shots....1st one is my favorite..
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You post a lot of highly saturated and colorful shots Charlie, as well as some filtered and processed versions....I like that, I like to see experimentation. These are some of your best!

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Thanks guys. Sometimes the simplest subjects reap decent outcomes.--charliezap
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Buoyant, bright colors are always welcome. Nice job, Capn, on the horticulture and the photography.

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Filter man does it again nice colors and if you want the other freshly picked homegrown, come visit British Columbia ha!
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That first shot works so well, I think it's a very inspired creation.
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Buoyant, bright colors are always welcome. Nice job, Capn, on the horticulture and the photography.

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The flowers are taking a little bit of a beating with the 90 deg temps but the tomatoes are looking good so far.--charliezap
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