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    Love in a mist

    Torrential rain continues here as it has done for the whole of June.

    Not many photo opportunities but I rescued this beautifully named plant from my bedraggled garden and stuck it in my trusty saki Jar


    Love in a mist

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    Re: Love in a mist

    I picts rised this beautiful shot with nice white border,in a subtle wooden frame, in a nice room of a 5 star hotel. Very soothing.

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    Re: Love in a mist

    What you can do in that little window with an empty saki jar and a flower from a "bedraggled garden" is outstanding!!! We have had our share of rain in the Land of 10,000 Lakes ( and a few puddles); Duluth has been declared a disaster area after 10 inches of rain caused flash flooding. The end result was destruction of roadways, homes washed away, and the accidental release of a polar bear!! There was a pair of seals heading for Lake Superior. http://www.bwcaboard.com/board/viewt...5&p=7511#p7511
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    Re: Love in a mist

    Beautiful flower arrangement and processing. But is not the jar proportionally a bit on the large size?

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    Re: Love in a mist

    Thank you Sahil and randy.

    Bobo, possibly it is but this is a macro shot and the vase and flower are tiny. Don't have a smaller vase that would work. On reflection I would have preferred to leave the vase out but the stem of the flower is very twisty and refused to co operate with clamps etc.

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    Re: Love in a mist

    There is certainly a soothing mood to the picture. Such an interesting flower..I just love seeing with the camer what is too small to appreciate with the eye.

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    Re: Love in a mist

    The flower by itself ?

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    Re: Love in a mist

    Thank you Muriel.

    Yes Bobo but I didn't wannt it laid flat and as I say the twisty, narrow stem meant clamping didn't work and I don't know the magic word for 'hover in mid air'

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    Re: Love in a mist

    Quote Originally Posted by Sahil View Post
    I picts rised this beautiful shot with nice white border,in a subtle wooden frame, in a nice room of a 5 star hotel. Very soothing.
    Sorry for the typos. That was my beer talking. I meant 'pictured'
    I pictured this beautiful shot........

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    Re: Love in a mist

    Quote Originally Posted by Sahil View Post
    Sorry for the typos. That was my beer talking. I meant 'pictured'
    I pictured this beautiful shot........
    That's okay my friend...I speak fluent beer!

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    Re: Love in a mist

    I think the jar makes the picture even more interessting than the flower alone. A very calm picture. Just the right impression after a frantically busy working day.

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    Re: Love in a mist

    Thanks Robert.

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    Re: Love in a mist

    And obviously saki, as well

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