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    I really envy the amount of time you guys have at your disposal. It's the pits to have to resort to scraping the bottom of the barrel just to find something to work on. This one was from March two years ago. Just no time.

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    Love the unique angle!
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    a keeper is a keeper even when it stays hidden for a coupla years.

    Very cool shot and angle
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    What a neat, unique flora combo.
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    If that's the bottom of the barrel, I'd certainly enjoy the rest of the barrel because this one is excellent. I like how the dandelion looks like a tree. Very cool.
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    Thanks, fellows. Iggy, I just don't like going back in time. Sometimes, l'll live with one for a few months before sharing it, but two years is a bit of a stretch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Scrimger View Post
    What a neat, unique flora combo.

    Agreed here. Really likin' this one BF.
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    Just an awesome shot Bf. Creative and well executed!

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    Great perspective and respectfully processed too.

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    I really envy the amount of time you guys have at your disposal. ............. Just no time.
    I hear ya brother. I too have been going over old shots of late. We have long weekend here this weekend, so I hope to brush the cobwebs off the camera, and see if I can remember how to use it.
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    Cool perspective. Really makes that dandelion look huge.

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