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Re: Re: CULT:PHOTO: flowers at bottom of stalk first, weather, Wind

Dave put your self with the wind at your back . Have a big piece of
corrugated box board stapled or nailed to a narrow board.

 Make the bottom of the board pointed so you can drive it in the ground.
Short for medians and tall for TB's. Also good for shade for better pictures
on some iris. Use it to block sun or wind.

Some of my SDB's were short with smaller blooms this year. Little Showoff
had many blooms with style arms  and standard missing. Lot of four falls &
standards on others.

TB's look like they will be taller than normal.

Mike Greenfield
SW Ohio Zone 5b

----- Original Message -----
From: <DFerguson@cabq.gov>

> By the way, anyone know a good trick for getting photos of flowers in the
> wind.  I'm lucky if I get 5 seconds when the flowers aren't flopping
> around.  Sometimes it quits at night, but I don't like flash photos of
> flowers and I need my sleep.  I think I'll have a lot of photos of
> asymetric leaning flowers this year, and that'll be why.  No wind today
> (thank you!), but I'm not home today, and wind is in the forcast again
> until next week.  Oh well, at least it's warm now.

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