Springtime Dogwood Spray

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  1. Laurence

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    I was looking through my hard drive, and felt that this Dogwood spray was a good representative of Spring. And hopefully, Spring will come soon again!

    Dogwood Spray
    Pentax 645
    Pentax-A SMC 45/2.8
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    Epson V700 scan

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    Yes, I'm patiently awaiting for spring, too. We have flowering dogwoods on the property, but I've never seen so many blooms on one branch: I'm lucky to get more than one or two...
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Dogwood is such a beautiful plant, one that I wouldn't know we have here, I can't say I have seen it anywhere, certainly not in the wild, but not in anyone's garden, either. And yes, I really like to see a nice spring photo with spring green - can't wait for that to come back.
     
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    Man...I miss spring. Good shot.
     
  5. Laurence

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    Well, one thing we know is that Spring will come (unless the Sun goes Nova or something, of course). Yes, this branch held a lot of blooms. The colors are very true, showing the green tints even in the petals of the blossoms.
     
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    That's right Corinna, I forgot that you are the Green Machine photographer! Dogwoods don't generally show this tight of a bloom, but they are overall plentiful in the Pacific Northwest.
     
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    I do too, Dave. The explosion of plants and the generally beautiful skies are always a joy when Spring arrives.
     

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