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nikocarol




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jdroach

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Tue 03-July-2012 07:32

You have fine images in your gallery!
nikocarol


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Wed 04-July-2012 05:26

Thank you Jdroach...I appreciate you taking the time to comment. Happy 4th!
johnmoreland

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Thu 13-December-2012 05:58

That is phenominal...how did you get it so soft looking?
nikocarol


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Thu 13-December-2012 06:33

Thank you John, I did not do anything special here. I can only think that because of the colors might have caused the "soft" look to this flower. Merry Christmas!
Second Hand Pat

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Sun 11-August-2019 05:25

This is beautiful Carolyn. You really caught the essence of the rose :D
Pat
nikocarol


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Sun 11-August-2019 04:57

Thank you, Pat! So glad you like it.
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Sun 01-September-2019 10:23

Gorgeous image, Carolyn. Not only conveys a sense of beauty, but also a feel of serenity.
donlwilliams1966


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Mon 02-September-2019 02:57

Perfect. Color is wonderful.
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Location: Lethbridge AB CA
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Mon 02-September-2019 11:15

This looks so delicate and fragrant. Love the contours.
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Mon 02-September-2019 11:38

Lovely work. Just superb!
DcamZ


Location: TX US
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Mon 02-September-2019 04:53

Your rose is beautiful. The colors and softness is so fantastic. What lens did you use?
nikocarol


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Mon 02-September-2019 05:38

Thank you all for your kind words. For some reason, I don't have a "reply" button. Can someone tell me how to get it back? Thank you!


I used the 105mm
figmoe24


Location: IL US
Sun 08-September-2019 01:32

Lovely look, how was the rose lit?
nikocarol


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Sun 08-September-2019 06:16

Thank you, Figmoe, The rose is backlit with natural light.