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CK Go Places

Nice shots. Happy WW! :)

Robin

Beautiful. It's amazing what you find when you really look.

Beth

I really love this perspective on the zinnia. In fact, I just took a number of close-ups of some zinnia buds because I was fascinated by the overlapping of the...um...green, sorta-like-snake-scales, zinnia thingies. What do you call those, anyway?

Lisa Ann

Beautiful shots. I love the different angles. I'm a Blue Ridge girl to.

Digital Flower

Great idea to shoot the backs of the Zinnias. Looks good.

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