The Glory of Spring

Rain is beautiful, too, but, right now, gimme Spring in all its glory.

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  • BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
    The Redneck is calling for Spring too.

  • Is that photo in real time? We don’t have any poppies yet. Either way though, it is sure a pretty shot. BTW- we are now, finally, in contact with Seth and maybe broadband is in our future!

  • Is that photo in real time? We don’t have any poppies yet. Either way though, it is sure a pretty shot. BTW- we are now, finally, in contact with Seth and maybe broadband is in our future!

  • Nope that is from last April. (I hope broadband is coming. I’m going crazy!)

  • Nope that is from last April. (I hope broadband is coming. I’m going crazy!)

  • My daffodils are in full bloom and are so bright and beautiful on these dreary days.

  • My daffodils are in full bloom and are so bright and beautiful on these dreary days.

  • Great detail in the flower and nice bokeh. Very pleasing image. I am also looking forward for the rain to stop and the flowers to bloom. This season should be very good.

  • Great detail in the flower and nice bokeh. Very pleasing image. I am also looking forward for the rain to stop and the flowers to bloom. This season should be very good.

  • Kym What kind of camera are you Rocking? you’re resolution and everything is so beautiful, I know that so much of it has to do with your own photo style, but a great camera helps

  • Kym What kind of camera are you Rocking? you’re resolution and everything is so beautiful, I know that so much of it has to do with your own photo style, but a great camera helps

  • I use a Nikon D60. According to Kim Sallaway, (local and excellent photographer) I should have either gotten the cheaper D40–its similar in quality but less expensive or gone up to the D80. Kim told me the best way to get a sharp image is not to hold the camera but to use a tripod. This image wasn’t from a camera on a tripod but it was resting on something–a rock I think.

  • I use a Nikon D60. According to Kim Sallaway, (local and excellent photographer) I should have either gotten the cheaper D40–its similar in quality but less expensive or gone up to the D80. Kim told me the best way to get a sharp image is not to hold the camera but to use a tripod. This image wasn’t from a camera on a tripod but it was resting on something–a rock I think.

  • loved the use of shadows!

  • loved the use of shadows!

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