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Re: Iris foetidissima seeds

heather & bernard pryor wrote:

Hi Kenneth:
You said:
 >>My trip to the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens also gave me a chance to  photograph seeds of I. foetidissima. Here are a couple seed pods that I rather liked: <<  What a great photo!  What type of camera did you use to get such a clear, crisp photo?
I used a Sony DSC-D700. It is a digital SLR. It is my first digital camera and my first SLR. I've been
having a lot of fun with it.

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