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Old 06-14-2015   #1
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is the non scientific name for Cerastium tomentosum (I think).


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Always one odd one in the bunch

Maybe crop in a bit in the upper left? But that might mess the ones along the left edge?
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Yah, I empathize with the daisy.

I tried the crop. Seemed to take the odd one to far out for me.

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very nice Chuck !! I like your placement of the single daisy,, yeah I also would have to experiment with Mr Pickles idea or even cloning some of the smaller flowers into the upper left region filling in that thin spot,, again,, thinking out loud and would have to experiment nice capture and good eye !!
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I think Jim has the right idea on this one. I do like this image.
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Grand image Chuck
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POTW material right here!
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Thanks folks. Certainly appreciate the comments.

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