backyard views

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by photobug, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Couple of shots from the backyard this evening.

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    Y'know Jim...I think I like your captions as much as your pics!
     
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    NIce work as usual, Bug. :D
     
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    Thanks guys. :)
     
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    fantastic! you can see the fibers on the stem of the first plant.. brilliant!

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    I would agree. Your captions actually add to the picture especially since you make them the same color as the subject.
     
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    "New life" is painted in light! Stunning to say the least. The background has a subtle texture that adds the finishing touch. I second the motion on the great titles.

    I am jealous that your Tulips are up. Ours are a whopping 3". Five short weeks and they will be in bloom (or there abouts).
     
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    Thanks again, you guys are too generous.

    craig- these weren't much taller than that. They're only about 6 or 7 inches tall. Kinda stunted compared to the yellow/orange ones in the front yard. They've always been smaller, no idea why.
     

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