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Spring Flowers

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I took advantage of the nice morning and walked over to the neighbors flower garden and captured some nice spring flower images. I think I'll make some prints and bring them over to her.

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Nice shots, I like the second one best.

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Mike, I especially like the composition on the second one. Nice work!

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Great shots! I, too, like the 2nd one.

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All are beautiful, but I like the last one most. I love that pink color.

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#2 for me, nice stuff.

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Thanks Everyone. It sure is nice to get some blooms after the long spring and winter.

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Very, very nice. I'm sure she'll love a print.

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