thanks a lot
now i almost have the collection of 1814!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Autmirislvr@... wrote:
> In a message dated 11/18/2006 12:25:10 A.M. Central Standard
> tasquierloic@... writes:
> <<When some photos are blurry because i forgot to put on MACRO,
> realise that i waited too long to download them and the flowers
> no longer fit to play the Top Models again , i could slap my
> A whole year to wait to get another shot*!
> This is what must have happened to you!>>
> I'm a lot better at daubing pollen than I am at mastering the
> camera. Although I come up with a few award type shots of the
> not a good photographer. I take a LOT of pictures and often
forget to set
> the MACRO. Yet, sometimes, when we're talking about something
specific, I do
> post one of the blurry ones.
> Each winter I say I'll spend the time reading the instruction
> each year I forget. I was planning to mention the blurry
pictures but forgot
> that too! It would be nice if I didn't forget. <vbg>
> I take them for my own use. I've started doing folders with
> My favorite of the 1814 "honey" colored siblings. This one has
> been used in a cross. Picture taken fall of 2005.
> Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6 ---
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