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    carlogalliani is offline Active Member
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    Default Spring in drops


    Hello everyone







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    One word describes these...Outstanding! ~~Peg
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    Really nice reflections in the drops.

    But if they are drops, how are they upright in #1? They should be in the direction of gravity, isn't it?
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    Wonderful macro's.
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    They look like little greenhouses.


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    thanks everyone for comments
    the first is turned by 180


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    Wow! These are amazing!


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    These are stunning. Well done.
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    Beautiful, wish I could learn how to do that!
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    thank you very much


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    Love them! Great work. Love the color and clarity captured in the drops.
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