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Pansies and hyacinths

Posted by rcnaylor z7 Tex (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 2, 06 at 20:13

A few pics from this morning

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RE: Pansies and hyacinths

The first picture looks a peach! Great pics.

RE: Pansies and hyacinths

Thanks Keith. I snapped those early one morning while there was still a little moisture around. In my part of the world, that isn't for long after the sun comes up.

And, on another subject, anyone know why the first pic comes out so much larger here? They were taken with the same camera and downloaded with the same settings? All I can guess is that when I use my closest in "flower" setting on my digital camera, it kicks in a higher resolution that gets transferred along?

RE: Pansies and hyacinths

I love capturing dewdrop or raindrops...Nice photos!

On the other subject, the 1st pic shows a resolution of 1083x1372. and the others are a lower resolution, do you resize or crop before sending them to Photobucket? Not sure that it is an answer or helpful but it could be a factor...


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