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for Francesca - Dancing Sheik

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] for Francesca - Dancing Sheik
  • From: "Donald Eaves" donald@eastland.net
  • Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 16:15:19 -0500


There isn't a photo with your post in the archives.  It wasn't a matter of 
being too dark, just that I don't see the standards as described.  I can 
(sort of) see how someone else might describe them that way, though.  Here 
are three more views taken some eight hours later after another day of high 
winds.  The bloom gets credit for holding up, at least.  Generally when 
standards are as open as this it's an invitation for the wind to convert the 
bloom into a 'flattie'.

When I choose a photo to post, I'm always trying for accuracy in how it 
appears.  So on my monitor, what I've posted is pretty accurate for what I 
see in the garden.  I try to avoid too much wearing.  After all, they aren't 
born with bug and wind damage.  I quite often can't avoid distortion from 
taking a photo under windy conditions.  I'm not willing to cut them in order 
to remove the wind factor effects.  I also like some sharpness.  At least 
then the pattern is there even if the color on a different monitor isn't 
quite the same as I see it on my own monitor.  I sometimes pass up a 
'prettier' photo due to it not being accurate enough in color or being not 
as sharp as I prefer.

As for using my photos, you know you are welcome.  When I post something to 
this forum, anyone is welcome to use my photos however they wish.  I try not 
to duplicate postings too often, but if I think one is clearly better than 
what I've posted before, then I'll do that.  I knew this didn't have an 
associated photo in the ASI Checklist, but wanted to qualify the name in 
hopes someone else could verify it as likely or as impossible as the case 
might be.  You can see here that the falls sharply recurved as the day went 
along.  Usually the opposite happens and they relax as they age.  This one 
didn't.  That might be a characteristic of DS that someone who has grown it 
might know.  I'd have to look up my records to see my source for obtaining 
it, if that would help.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA 

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