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« on: March 23, 2010, 11:27:44 pm »

Thanks a lot.  I think the daffs. will be out now but we have 3 days of rain forecast and I could cope with that if it wasn't heavy but there's going to be wind too and that's a killer     as all the flowers dance in a breeze or a wind. This photo made it into last night''s paper too. Hey, maybe they're  just short of people sending in photos LOl. There were two excellent shots two days ago,one was an adder asleep and the other was crocuses or should that be crocei ? lol If the day starts off with some decent light and no wind I'll nip to my location in the morning but the rain will be here by noon.Ugh. I read a lot of photography sites-  I mean prof. photographers' sites and read a lot of reviews and fortunately I read that although  the angle finder can be bought a lot cheaper in Hong Kong it doesn't show the settings in the viewfinder and that's essential for bracketing,I suppose you could just look on the top window of the camera though,I'd rather not be bobbing back and forth though.
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