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Posted By: eaglem, 07-06-2018, 06:14 PM

the moisture.


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Lovely colours, almost pastel-like.
Very nice to the eye !!
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Lovely colours, almost pastel-like.
Very nice to the eye !!
Thank you for the kind words.
07-06-2018, 11:39 PM   #4
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Truly beautiful, EM. Thanks so much for uploading.

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Very Nice!
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Truly beautiful, EM. Thanks so much for uploading.

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My pleasure Tony

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Very Nice!
Thank you Janse
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These do have a pastel look - beautifully captured. I don't remember seeing any flower quite like these (but I don't remember a lot of thing nowadays ).

Really nice work, EM.

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Beautiful shot Em. Flower looks similar to Calendula but the leaves don't. Wife's still snoozing so I can't ask her. What is it? Would like to put it on our list of plants to put into our new garden.

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These do have a pastel look - beautifully captured. I don't remember seeing any flower quite like these (but I don't remember a lot of thing nowadays ).

Really nice work, EM.

Jer
Thank you very much Jer...

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Beautiful shot Em. Flower looks similar to Calendula but the leaves don't. Wife's still snoozing so I can't ask her. What is it? Would like to put it on our list of plants to put into our new garden.
Margarette Daisy is it's name I believe or so I was told.
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Margarette Daisy is it's name I believe or so I was told.
Thanks. I'll look into it. A classy looking flower.
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Top drawer in all aspects, eaglem! The contrasting colors/background is amazing. Congratulations, sir.
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Thanks. I'll look into it. A classy looking flower.
Hope you find them, they come in a variety of colours.

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Top drawer in all aspects, eaglem! The contrasting colors/background is amazing. Congratulations, sir.
Thank you kindly for that high praise.......
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the moisture.
Very good!
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Very good!
Thank you again
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