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these were all from our garden. I was looking for sign of spring. We are all being kept waiting.

 

Canon 5D MKII and Elmarit R 60 mm macro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bill,

 

let us hope we can store the shovels away soon. Thanks for encouraging words.

 

Dee,

yes, the little flowers are amazing and difficult to catch. And I was too lazy due to cold and wet weather. to dismount my tripod's middle element to go even closer.

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Quite lovey. I almost took a similar picutre a few days ago, but got distracted by life's duties.

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Stuart,

thanks for looking t these. Duties we certainly have....and sometimes cannot ignore them.

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Iduna,

 

A wonderful set with the colors, composition and sharpness of all of them. I like the third the most for its brave stance and lovely colors.

 

Paul

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Paul,

thanks for your time and admiring the "brave ones"

 

K.-H.,

thanks for looking into our garden full of snow

 

Karl G,

thanks fo the encouraging news about reluctant arrival of spring there.

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Iduna,

 

Spring is clearly around the corner. These gorgeous flowers are the best evidence of that. Great shots with wonderful colors, especially against that snowy backdrop.

 

Ece

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Ece,

many thanks for chosing the picture with the white backdrop. As you know it is always not easy to find the proper exposure and processing. It is and will remain a challenge.

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