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Flowers and Lightning

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Those are great CG! I like the pink flower and especially the lighting!! Great work on these.

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I agree, the second and last are fantastic!

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Good grief, I hope your impulse to post comes over you more often--for our sakes. The rose and water lily are gorgeous. And that bee almost appears to have dog fur.

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great stuff. I have been waiting all year for just the right storm cell to move out over the big lake and get a shot like yours.

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Beautiful flowers. I always try to get shots of lightning but end up chickening out.

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wowwweeeeeeeeeeee!! what fantastic images!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Beautiful shots - I love the rose, I know how tough it can be to get reds exposed just right & you've done a great job with that in this shot. The dew, the exposure, the dof - killer! Actually they're all really excellent!!!

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All very well done, but that lightning is special!

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Beautiful images! I've never seen such a cool image of a pontoon boat smile Normally, I don't like powerful frames like this but you really did a nice job of matching the color scheme of each image to the border. Cool series.

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