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A self made bouquet

Posted by rcnaylor (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 19, 07 at 14:15

My quince bush made me a little spring bouquet all by itself yesterday

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Wow, very pretty!


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I just love the color of quince blossoms.....great picture. It cheered me up!


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Wow....beautiful!....did you fixed the camera or just cut the top off?

Konrad


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Nice, RC! It only took me 15 minutes to download the picture, but WELL worth the wait! (Slow dialup).

Did you use a tripod? How about zoom?

Kt


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Thanks guys. And, to answer the inquiries, I stole my wife's little digital camera for this one. It has a smaller lens but a larger megapixel. That probably explains the longer download, KT. Sorry. I may have to figure out how to down size the pics if I keep using her camera.

To tell the truth, the biggest issue I have using her camera is that it is so small it is hard to focus and hold still.


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No need to apologize, as it is my problem. That's what I get for living in the country. Besides, they are much nicer when they are larger.

When I make mine smaller, sometimes they are TOO small, and detail is also lost.

Once again, nice photo!

Kt


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Very pretty. I have two cameras and neither one takes the kind of pictures I would like.


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Same here Doris. Maybe it's just me. I wish I had just bought a Kodak Easyshare with image stabilization. Maybe I will someday.


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This is beautiful!
JoanMN/FL


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