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Flower Garden Attack!!!
Posted By: mtnbearhug, 04-27-2008, 08:57 PM

LOL... My neighbor has a very nice little flower garden that is just starting to bloom.... Well how could I resist... Right!!!! Here are a few thus far.. I will be posting more in a day or two... enjoy!!!!

Colorful Tulip


Little Visitors... I didn't see the little guys inside this flower until I had it on my computer.


This pink beauty is a bit blown out but I still really like it..


Another one of the pink beauty...


I hope you enjoy them... As alwasy C&C is always welcomed...

Kim
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Kim, very nice job and pretty too Glad you shared these Love the tulip center, great work with that one too!
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A weed or flower???

oops... lol

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This screen is awful, so I can't judge the real quality. Except your blown out image looks perfect on it Kim

I can't wait until I'm home, and on a good screen

I was really hoping that you'd have a chance to post them before your weekend, but it was worth the wait

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Almost forgot..

QuoteOriginally posted by little laker Quote
This screen is awful, so I can't judge the real quality. Except your blown out image looks perfect on it Kim I can't wait until I'm home, and on a good screen I was really hoping that you'd have a chance to post them before your weekend, but it was worth the wait
Sorry I didn't get them posted....all I really had time for was to check the POTW.. then turn everything off and tear it down to make room for my new computer!!!!!

And I didn't post your favorite!!! Sorry.... Here you go...



Its a bit softer then the one you were helping me with.. .
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That is really impressive, even on this screen Kim
Good job editing. Although it was great even before


By the way, how do you like the new computer?
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Very nice series of shots Kim but that last one is very good and the best of the group with a much nicer background. Well done.
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Thanks..

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Kim, very nice job and pretty too Glad you shared these Love the tulip center, great work with that one too!
Thanks Rosemary I am glad that you liked them. I actually took my adaptor off for most of these shots..... I am very happy with the color the lens is able to get with and without the adpator!!

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That is really impressive, even on this screen Kim
Good job editing. Although it was great even before By the way, how do you like the new computer?
Thanks Stu... I am glad you liked it.. it turned out a bit softer than the one you did.. I was hoping you would like it.

The computer is AWESOME!!!!!!As soon as I re-load autostitch you can have faith that you know what I will be doing the next day!!!!

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Very nice series of shots Kim but that last one is very good and the best of the group with a much nicer background. Well done.
Thank you Peter....on the better shots I have been trying to pay more attention to my background and how it blends with the pictures more... I am glad that you liked them!!

Kim

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Very nice. My favorites are the first and last one. Nicely done.
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I lovve being on a good screen again, those are all sweet Kim
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Nice series of shots Kim, but the colours, textures and composition of the last one you added is especially good.

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Another fan of the last one - well done indeed.
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Some kind of color! Are there any wildflowers up yet in Idaho?
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Thanks so much....

QuoteOriginally posted by xs400 Quote
Very nice. My favorites are the first and last one. Nicely done.
Thanks Frank... I am glad that you enjoyed them!!

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I lovve being on a good screen again, those are all sweet Kim
Thanks Stu.. I apprecaite it... We need to figure out how to fix that laptop of yours....

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Nice series of shots Kim, but the colours, textures and composition of the last one you added is especially good. Paul
The flowers themselves are some of the beautifuliest I have seen... I was hoping to do them justice.. I am glad you liked them Paul.. Thanks!!

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Another fan of the last one - well done indeed.
Thanks Dave..... Still waiting for some flowers shots from you. ??? lol.. is that snow gone yet??? LOL

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Some kind of color! Are there any wildflowers up yet in Idaho?
Thanks Matthew... the wildeflowers are starting to pop up all over.. The high valleys and mtn's still have some snow but the little crocus and some blue bells are starting to pop up underneath trees ... and the sunflowers in the dry hills are about ready to bloom as well!!
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Kim, you just keep getting better and better at shots like this. The technical quality is really outstanding in these shots. I remember (which is saying something for a geezer like me) that you bought a second-hand macro a few weeks back. I'd say you've mastered it.

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