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Posted By: Tonytee, 08-10-2017, 09:49 PM



Focal Length 170mm, Exp., Program on Av, No flash and used CWA Metering.

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Thank you very much.

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great shot Tony love the contrast! well done

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great shot Tony love the contrast! well done
Thank you a bazillon. Much appreciated.

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It's a bromeliad, Tony, one of the Guzmanias. Not sure if it's a species or hybrid, but they are becoming common in a lot of garden centers. A tropical accent for temporary use in northern gardens.
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It's a bromeliad, Tony, one of the Guzmanias. Not sure if it's a species or hybrid, but they are becoming common in a lot of garden centers. A tropical accent for temporary use in northern gardens.

I thank you very kindly there, OrchidJulie. )

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