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by Geekgirl » Jun 7th, '09, 21:23

Herb_Master wrote:
Do you use really strong studio lighting,
I use sharks with frikken laser beams attached to their heads.

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by Chip » Jun 7th, '09, 21:49

Great shots, Geek! Thanks as always for sharing them with us.

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by coloradopu » Jun 7th, '09, 23:08

i know that vine with the white flowers. pungent if i remember correctly. yes more owl than crow for shore.

and could i please get a shot of one just one feerking laser beam on a shark.

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by Geekgirl » Jun 8th, '09, 00:36

The flower is from the Snowdrop Tree (Halesia Diptera). It does smell nice. I think you are thinking of a variety of the Jasmine, which does indeed smell divine. :)

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Lovely

by Little pig » Jun 8th, '09, 07:25

Such lovely photos geekgirl. Am still reading on how you do it.

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by kymidwife » Jun 8th, '09, 09:30

GeekgirlUnveiled wrote:
Herb_Master wrote:
Do you use really strong studio lighting,
I use sharks with frikken laser beams attached to their heads.
Ahahahahahahahahahahhaahhahahahahahahaahhaahahahaaaaaaa
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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by Mrs. Chip » Jun 8th, '09, 10:57

GeekgirlUnveiled wrote: I think you are thinking of a variety of the Jasmine, which does indeed smell divine. :)
I agree Geek, it does remind one of a jasmine, one of my faves of the fragrant flowers! Stephanotis is my favorite of the jasmines, I use it a lot in wedding floral designs, although the cost at time can be somewhat outlandish!

As always, really really enjoying your shots! Thanks again for sharing and being part of this great subforum. 8)

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more photos geekgurl !

by bonjiri » Jun 12th, '09, 23:21

more photographs please !

aloha !

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by Pouvla » Jun 13th, '09, 14:01

amazing pictures there geekgirl :D

what kinda resolution do u have the photos at? I'd love to have some of your artwork on my desktop background

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by Riene » Jun 13th, '09, 22:45

GeekgirlUnveiled wrote:And, lest I become too pedantic: Less words, more pictures...
Long Jing, "Dragonwell."
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I love this photo....and I want this teapot...

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by Geekgirl » Jun 14th, '09, 02:59

Hey folks! I'm on vacation, thanks for the nice words! Most of my photos are 192 res at 1600x. I keep the full size/full res on my computer. The ones posted here are 500x and probably 72ppi. Some of the images are clickable, and I'm not sure but you may be able to get the full size for wallpaper there on flickr.

Riene: thanks! A very inexpensive little pot but its one of my favorites.

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by Geekgirl » Jun 17th, '09, 17:19

you know you'd better cool it down (don't you want it to last?)
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I was away for several days, and even though I took some tea basics, I missed my tea, I missed my tools, and I missed my light.

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by Herb_Master » Jun 17th, '09, 17:34

A superb shot, I know it is for tea but it is inviting me to use it for something rich, creamy and delicious :D

A french provincial theme is running through my mind, possibly Soubise, or Hollandaise to pour over my Asparagus :roll:

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by Geekgirl » Jun 21st, '09, 18:34

My tea tray is next to my desk. When I have tea, I listen to music, randomly on shuffle. When I listen to music, I take pictures.

I should be allowed to shoot my mouth off...
I should be allowed to think...

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Today I also read the news, and am thinking of all the people who aren't allowed to 'shoot their mouths off.'

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by Victoria » Jun 21st, '09, 20:09

Awwww looks beautiful!!

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