WOWMagnificent picture I finally figured out how to link some of the Blogs I really enjoy. I do believe this will be an additional help for me to visit your blog more often.
Hey thanks Deemom. I hope you will write about the linking thing in one of your blogs so I can use it too. There are so many blogs now I have trouble keeping up.
KI the best I could do is for you to e-mail me...seems far easier, since I do believe I am one of thelast to figure the LINK thang out...let me know if this is ok with you and I will get my e-mail to you
Thanks Deemom. How about if I give you my email address instead then you won't have to send my firstname.lastname@example.org
KI you have an e-mail
Awww...beautiful capture of the flowering quince buds with beads of water on them!Your captures are stunning!Cat
What a wonderful blog! I absolutely love your photos!! They are very interesting. What type of camera are you using?
Hi Catherine, Thanks again for your generous comment. This is a beautiful flowering quince. I can't wait 'til the flowers open. I was so excited to see the buds I had to photograph them. ;)------------------------------------Hello Chey,Thank you for your lovely comments. The camera is a Panasonic FX3 point and shoot I bought cheaply on Ebay. It has the advantage of having image stabilization which I think is a must for a tiny camera and I think the Leica lens does a great job in capturing sharp images that have atmosphere. I have a detailed description of my macro setup using this camera on my other blog Micro Macro. I also have a Canon A620 which I don't use as much even if I have stronger macro lens for it because it is heavier and much more bulky. The lens seems even sharper than the Panasonic but I prefer the less analytic photos of the Panasonic with Leica lens. Thanks for visiting.
Perfectly captured in all its budding glory :)
Thank you Wildlife Gardener. Loved your frog and spring flower photos.
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