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    hairstreak

    I think yours is a gray hairstreak. There are many, many varieties. I love the composition and especially the lighting, above and slightly behind.
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    Butterflies

    My "thing" is mushrooms, but it's been dry this year, so I've been taking a lot of butterfly and dragonfly photos. I finally bought a field guide, because I was forever struggling to look them up...
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    nice, nice, nice

    Puts mine to shame, also:
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    Sticky: nasturtiums

    Those look like nasturtiums - my very favorite flower!
    Here are some flower photos I've taken since getting my new Panasonic FZ20 in June:
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    Close-up lenses

    First, the dragonfly pics taken without any sort of special lens are impressive!
    Second, I went on eBay and found a set of lenses and won them for $7.51. I figured, there must be some sort of...
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    Elpro2 closeup lens?

    I did a Google search for "Elpro2 lens" and came up with a slew of dirty Web sites. Am I spelling something incorrectly? Where would I find this lens online to order it?
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    How'd you do that?

    The shot of the taillights and headlights, after the tulips (also fantastic) - how did you do that? What setttings? I am only now starting to play with the manual settings. I took photography back in...
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    Photo comments

    I am a fan of most of your subjects - flowers, butterflies, swans, etc. My favorite would have to be the michievous squirrel! He is too funny.
    The striped caterpillars are also neat. Do you know...
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    thanks!

    I followed your link, and all I can say is, wow. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos. I am going to have to look into getting a close-up lens - if I can afford it. I did take a few close-ups this weekend that...
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    close-up

    I appreciate the input; I will try that next time.
    I did a search for close-up photographs of dragonflies, and here is one I found that is clearer than anything I've taken so far. I don't know...
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    signature

    I added that in Photoshop. I sell prints and notecards on my Web site and put my name on them so that people will not just help themselves.
  12. burning pics on CDs

    I have Nero Burning Rom on my computer, which I use to burn music CDs and backup photo CDs. You select "data" rather than "audio" and drag-and-drop the pictures you want to burn on the CD. Easy as...
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    love my card reader

    I never had one before, but when I went from a 4MP camera to a 5MP one, the salesperson at Best Buy recommended it. And, for once, he wasn't just yanking me. It goes much, much faster. Of course, I'm...
  14. My monopod

    I recently picked up a monopod at Ritz Photo for about $25. I've seen some that cost more that you couldn't tilt your camera up and down on. My Panasonic has an image stabilizer, but still, it only...
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    Modest housing

    Not being made of money, I have my camera housed in a diaper bag, lined inside with bubble wrap. Honestly. It has a number of pockets for things like extra memory cards, lens hood, lens cap, bug...
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    Just sayin 'Hi!'

    I just discovered this site and forum and wanted to introduce myself. :)
    I have only owned my Panasonic DMZ-FZ20 for a few months now - I upgraded from a Kodak Easyshare - but I really love it...
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