Thanks! yup dude! The camera sure has a lot of potential for a point and shoot. The macro dept obviously leaves a lot to desire...but it still gives pretty decent pics to play around with.
Great pics man! gorgeous! The VFTs are amazinf in color! I hope they stay that way as they age!
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So vivid are the colours!
Vivid the colors are!
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lol! thanks guys. Glad that you like the pics. I did have to take like a 100 shots overall and then select these from those. The reason being I needed to use as much light coming in from the lens as possible as I didn't want to use a flash. But that means the camera needs to be still. But most shots can be only made by hand as the stand isn't that adjustable. That means I needed to take like 15 shots to find maybe 1 that has no blurriness to it. But I guess the result is infact worth it in the end.
hmm....wow Av. thats looking fantastic. yeah...yours is on a roll. I guess I still need to figure this plant out.
That is one absolutely beautiful N. talangensis!!! Thatnks for showing. Much better than any I've ever grown. But now you've got me all worked up. I'll start experimenting with conditions to see where it's going wrong. Strange since other species right next to our N. talangensis pitcer perfectly well, including N. talangenisis hybrids but not the N. talangensis themselves. We've got many clones from seeds, so it's not a genetic trait peculiar to our plants, so we're just plain doing somethiing not quite right...
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