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cliffy

Summer Flowers

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I recently picked up photography as a new hobby. My wife gave me a Canon XSI this past spring for my birthday. I am really enjoying it...and here are a few flower pics I took a month or two ago from the lake. Nothing special..but I like them. Still learning something new everyday. I recently got a 60MM Marco lens...so I am excited to take similar pics with a true macro lens...instead of my telephoto lens...that I used for these shots.

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And I like #5 and the perspective on #6. Great fun learning, isn't it?

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Nice shots, I look forward to seeing more of your learning!

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Thanks for all the kind words and feed back. I am on vacation now..and will be trying out my new 60MM Macro..and hope to post some new pics in a week or so. Thanks again. Take care.

Cliffy

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