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  1. Ajay

    Ajay TPF Noob!

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    Half-gone dandelion.

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    This isn't as sharp as I'd like it to be, but I loved the light on this flower.

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    C&C always appreciated.
     
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    I like the dandelion. Nice pic.
     
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    Thanks Curly!
     
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    I like the dandelion too. Great detail, especially in the center of the dandelion.
     
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    Thanks Nate! I was happy to get one in focus since a slight breeze picked up right as I started shooting. :er: Figures, huh?
     
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    hi I like the first picture. but the angle was maybe not the best for the second one =/ donno.
    great job anyways =)
     
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    Thanks deadlyestsin for the input. Yeah I seem to have missed the second one in several different ways.
     

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