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01-25-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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hi, my name is vanhenry...

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01-25-2013, 06:51 PM   #2
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yes i know, its from my gx1s, clone of a *istDS...and i share lenses with my kx...
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Welcome, nice image, those older cameras with CCD`s are hard to beat.

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A wild mustard of some sort? Welcome aboard, Vanhenry.
01-31-2013, 07:30 AM   #8
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hi Mr. Ter-or, now i know what they are Mr.Ter-or, thanks...its in country side south korea, beside a sidewalk, across a rice fields...i love taking photos, i am very happy with all the save images and excited viewing them on laptop screens...

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We have a lot of wild mustard species here in the upper Midwest North America - some are edible, many were used as medicinal plants by the natives and settlers. It's interesting to see similar species in what's probably a pretty similar climate.

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nice picture mr ter-or...thanks for sharing....btw, i got a helios 44m-4, here is my sample pics of my kx...
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That 100-300 looksl like an interesting lens to play with. I'll bet with a decent tripod you could get some very nice moon images.
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