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Fantastic! Eliot Rosewater Mar 2017 #1
thank you. alfredo Mar 2017 #2
OMG those are fantastic!!! Lisa0825 Mar 2017 #3
Thank you. I really like shooting low aspect. alfredo Mar 2017 #5
I really love the pics... Lisa0825 Mar 2017 #10
Three is my favorite. I might play around with a copy alfredo Mar 2017 #12
Very well done! ManiacJoe Mar 2017 #4
Thanks, I noticed Grape hyacinth poking up alfredo Mar 2017 #6
Absolutely wonderful! CrispyQ Mar 2017 #7
thank you very much alfredo Mar 2017 #8
How wonderful. Mira Mar 2017 #9
Thanks. I might have another B&W Spring. alfredo Mar 2017 #13
Love the third one. applegrove Mar 2017 #11
That's my favorite too. alfredo Mar 2017 #14
We are a month behind you here in Ottawa. Daffodils are still under the snow and ground. applegrove Mar 2017 #15
Near D.C., daffodils are at peak in my yard. Cut them all yesterday due to hard freeze of 18 degrees JudyM Mar 2017 #18
The cherry trees were bonitful this year. alfredo Mar 2017 #21
Redbuds are my favorite springtime bloom. There was an Eliot Porter photo I loved called Redbuds JudyM Mar 2017 #25
Could it be this? alfredo Mar 2017 #28
That's nice, but the one I mean had more striking composition. JudyM Mar 2017 #31
I will keep searching too. alfredo Mar 2017 #32
I found a book by him at the library. alfredo Mar 2017 #35
I know it was made into a poster, that was the first time I saw it. JudyM Mar 2017 #36
The choices I had from Google had a wide range of saturation. alfredo Mar 2017 #37
The crocus should be up up there very soon. alfredo Mar 2017 #20
Those are really gorgeous shots! mnhtnbb Mar 2017 #16
Thanks. I finally figured out how to photograph Daffodils. alfredo Mar 2017 #22
Very nicely done! Callalily Mar 2017 #17
Got to keep it fresh alfredo Mar 2017 #24
These are gorgeous. Stopped me in my tracks. JudyM Mar 2017 #19
Thanks that was the white petal orange cup variety. alfredo Mar 2017 #23
Wow! Very nice! Squinch Mar 2017 #26
Thanks. I can't wait to get back out there. alfredo Mar 2017 #27
Oh, I thought you meant black flowers and white flowers. That said, any of these belong on a wall. NBachers Mar 2017 #29
To a bee, the flower glows seemingly from an inner light. alfredo Mar 2017 #33
Really nice, alfredo! Adsos Letter Mar 2017 #30
Good luck out there and watch your footing. alfredo Mar 2017 #34
They're all lovely, but #3 is just stunning. MerryBlooms Mar 2017 #38
Thanks. I'm working with a light tent on more flowers. alfredo Mar 2017 #39
Looking forward to seeing more of your beautiful results. MerryBlooms Mar 2017 #40
Thanks. It's fun alfredo Mar 2017 #41
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