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    Here are some new close up of Pings!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/97959691@N00/334251183/"

    There are 6 photos in the above link.

    I love the little pearls of goo!

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    nice! did you take those with the Canon powershot SD600? when i get a tripod for mine ill be able to take stuff like that.
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    those are very pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]nice! did you take those with the Canon powershot SD600?
    Alex, yes, thanks to your tip i did use the Canon powershot. You're right about needing to use the tripod, with zoom, any movement means out of focus! I did these with macro at X2.8 zoom.

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    Those are some fantastic shots.
    Thanx for sharing
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    Wow all soo red!

    P. reticulata is sooooo hairy!!!
    P. laueana x emarginata has a total red look to it! By the way, what does the flower look like on it? When I went to look it up all different color flowers came up...

    Great piks! All of your pinguicula are way more pink and red then mine! I only have pink at the bass and margins!

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    the P. laueana x P. emarginata is new for me. I have heard that is has bright colored flowers. Probably because P. laueana is red!
    Anyways, i get great color because these are grown about 4 inches below fluorescent lights. Try it and you'll be happy!
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    P. reticulata looks deadly
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