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Oh, what wonderful pictures! What lenses do you have with your camera? Ooooh, are you starting a photoblog? I have one at http://www.serenitybydesign.net
there's nothing like a Nikon for capturing rich, deep color! Am also curious about which lenses you have...
Those are beautiful shots! Great job!
the butterflies dont look dead - man your getting good!
One word: wow.I'm a big fan of yours, these shots are amazing!
Great pics! I have a D40 and I absolutely love it! Especially since I started shooting in manual mode. I have many butterfly pics on my blogs since we are currently raising monarchs. Come check it out sometime if you'd like.
Nice pictures! I always wonder what camera people are using. How did you decide what to get? I'm hoping for a camera upgrade someday. First, we need a car upgrade.
Those are beautiful! I especially live the second one n
WoooooooW! Great pics!
You ought to enter these and everything you do into a National Photo Contest, you would win!I've never known anyone who takes as many beautiful and interesting shots as you do. Your work is superb. Maybe you should put them in a portfolio and send them out to professional "high end" corporations. New York, Paris, London, L.A., Chicago and Hawg Jowl Corner (just threw that in for comic relief!). seriously!!!
Becomewhatyouare - I am using the lens that came with it. The 18-135mm.Sara - I decided on the Nikon after reading review after review. I then went and cradled each one and found the Nikon to make me the happiest.
ok, i have the same camera....but have never gotten shots like that. beautiful!
Following your blog from the blogfrog - I also joined your community! I love the design of your blog, and I am seriously impressed with the butterfly pictures! So pretty (the butterflies) and such talent! (you)emilywww.familyandlifeinlv.com
These are fabulous!
Love these! I am dying for a macro lens! Stopping by from SITS.
Oh my goodness! These are absolutely beautiful!!! Love them!
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