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A Clematis bud incased in ice. Natures crystal!


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Post #1
marianne

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Sun 2005-5-15

All your photos are absolutely beautiful! I think this is my favorite though.
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Post #2
Joe'smom

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Mon 2005-5-16

Thank You Marianne-I see your in Port Tobacco....I spent my childhood there on my grandparents farm! Wow how it has changed-just like southern calvert where I live -Solomons reminds me of a little annapolis.
I love looking at things after an ice storm--all be it soo very dangerous-I nearly busted my you know what trying to find just the right pod to photograph!
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Post #3
hwyman3

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Mon 2005-5-16

That is a georgious shot, Joe'smom. And You are in Port Tobacco, Marianne? So am I!




Post #4
Joe'smom

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Mon 2005-5-16

Thanks Hwyman3 ....isn't it a small world, here you find your neighbor!!
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Post #5
hwyman3

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Tue 2005-5-17

I find the world is even smaller in Southern Maryland!




Post #6
marianne

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Thu 2005-6-9

Yes I live in Port Tobacco. It's so beautiful and serene here and I imagine it was much more so years ago. I need to take more photos of this place! I was having problems with my Photoshop Deluxe software and digital camera. I 've got the software running now (knock on wood). What type of camera do you use Joe's mom? The detail on your photos is spectacular.
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Post #7
Joe'smom

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Fri 2005-6-10

Some of these are 35mm shots I've had to scan in taken with an old (very old) manual focus Olympus. I have a polaroid video camera that takes still photos too. It has exceptional resolution. Some were taken with my very first digital -a panansonic which has seen it's better days. Some go back 20 yrs ago or more(obviously not all digital!) I use several different photo programs depending on what I am trying to accomplish. I recently scanned some old black and white family photos and retouched them to get rid of the "cracked paper" and yellow hue from cigarette smoke. I may post some of them-they are kinda cool. Solomons Island in the late 40's and early 50's. Talk about change of scenery! I know what your saying about knock on wood-things start conflicting each other and BOOM!
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