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    Looking from this perspective, to me, they appear as if they are popping out of the frame like in a 3D picture.

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    Very nice POV.....it works for me.,
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    They do pop out....what's the plant?
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    Interesting perspective..

    Interesting background too..
    Chill, it's just a Photograph........
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    Thanks Michael, Willard & Larry.

    Don't know what that plant is.
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    Now that is really different. Love the colors.


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    Thanks Skippy.
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    From that POV, they remind me of the kids game, Jacks. I know, I'm weird that way. Nice photo Sudhakar. ~~Peg
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    Very nice. I like the POV and the background. Makes you feel like you're at the park.


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    Somebody was doing meditation in the background.

    Thanks Peg & Hunter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippy View Post
    Now that is really different. Love the colors.
    I would agree.......nice job!


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    Thanks Eric.
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