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mmeyer

Some Summer Flowers

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Hey All, I haven't put anything up for a while so I thought I better. Here's some flowers from a garden in St. Cloud that I visited on Saturday.

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Mike, that coneflower image in particular is top notch. The OOF flowers in the BG wonderfully echo the in-focus pair of flowers in the foreground

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#2 is a wonderful image, nicely done. Munsinger Clemens gardens?

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#2 is just awesome.

For some reason i can't picture the guy in the avatar at a flower garden! grin

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Yeah, the avatar guy looks like circulars I've seen in the post office. gringrin

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Great stuff Mike. I really like the compositions on the first 2 and I like how you kept good detail in the bright whites and yellows in the last 2. Good to see your work again.

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Thanks Everyone. It's been a busy summer so I haven't gotten out nearly as often as I would have liked to. It's nice to have something to add to the forum again.

Dan, you are correct, I was at the Clemens/Munsinger Gardens. I put on my best smiley face and they reluctantly let me in. grin If I had given the glare like my avatar I don't think I would've gotten in the gate. laugh

Thanks again

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Nicely done - crisp and clear and very nice lighting!

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