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    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    WOWZER I wish my camera could make crazy awesome pics like that! And that Broadleaf is fierce. Nice work.
    Yeah that broadleaf is huge. Check out the cranefly it cought for size reference. It needs repotted in a bad way. lol. Still in the original pot I bought it in, last year. Big thick roots are starting to come out the bottom. So yeah, repot time. Then it'll REALLY explode.

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    what kind of camera you use brie

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    Quote Originally Posted by MICKEY View Post
    what kind of camera you use brie
    Canon T1i, these were shot with my Tamron 90mm macro. I REAAALLLY want a Canon 100mm and 60mm.

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    I have to get a dslr only have a poit and shot and it will not focus that close,for my old pentex spotmatic I have a 500mm mirror lens that will macro ,also bellows but lighting is a bi ch with it ,but it can make a grain of sand fill the whole picture,but its hard to get quality film around herr and developing is mailorder only now

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