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Old 04-25-2004, 06:17 PM   #41
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Here are some pics I took in our yard this weekend:
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Old 04-25-2004, 06:26 PM   #42
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Very nice, when our lilies start blooming, I'll be sure to get some of them There are some wild lilies blooming in the ditches here that are awesome, I keep meaning to stop on my way home and snap a few pics, and there is an entire field of wild flowers that is just spectacular, but I never seem to have the energy after work to stop and take the pics
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Old 04-25-2004, 09:14 PM   #43
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I know what you mean about not having the energy sometimes to take some pics. There's a small wetland not even 3 minutes away from my house, and all last summer and fall, I never took any pics (drove by everyday, though!) I really hope the flowers are there this year. Whenever I do "make" myself take some pics, I'm always very glad, later, that I did! I hope you get some lily pics soon!
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U guys verse 914 has got his picture taking skills down

P.s. when u take pictures of flowers spray them with a spray bottle of water the drops on the leafs or whatever theyre called add effect

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Thanks Mr. Marine.

I use the spray bottle on the flowers too. It gives it a great effect. Heres a couple new ones that I took yesterday...





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Man, the quality of some of you people's photos is making me want a better camera... this one will do for now I suppose... Anyone who hasn't seen my gallery check it out, I'm waiting for a few pics to be approved right now... you'll find that most of my pictures are a bit off topic. All the trips I use to go on my mom would really bug me about getting pictures with people in it. Said it's boring if there aren't people in it... I find it the other way around... I don't really want to look at people for too long... Oh well... Hope you enjoy some of my pics... it's getting addicting.
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More flowers. I can't get any thing else to stay still long enought to focus.
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You think with 6.6 mp I could do better. But alass.
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You think with 6.6 mp I could do better. But alass.
i think they are beautiful
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Your doing a fine job!!
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