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Re: Almaden (Maryott '90)

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Almaden (Maryott '90)
  • From: Jelcy Romberg jelcy@jelcy.com
  • Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 01:22:21 -0500

Keep them  coming, please.

I got a new digital this year.  After 4 very happy years with my Mavica, 
it ate 2 floppies and never  recovered from its indigestion.  Ostensibly 
my new Canon Power Shot G3 is supposed to be better blah blah blah, than 
the Mavica, but you certainly couldn't prove it by me and I was not 
pleased at all with my shots of the garden this year.  I may relent and 
post some this fall or winter when we are all suffering from Iris 
Deprivation, unless Coleen and Heather deluge us with wonderful shots 
from Australian blooms (hint hint).

Jelcy near Dallas where the cool and rain are luxuries.

Bill & Gale Wells wrote:

> Am I posting too many pics? I know most of mine are pretty common irises
> and probably have been posted before, and probably of better quality,
> since I am no photographer. I don't want to clog up the list with photos
> that no one really wants to see. However, they are all beautiful to me.
> I try not to post more than one each day.
> I took pics of about 125 varieties in my garden this year because I lost
> all my previous years' pics in a hard drive crash. I have a CD burner
> now, so these pics have all been backed up to a CD. My bloom season is
> about over now, so these pics have to keep me going for another whole
> year....
> Bill Wells (southern MO)

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