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drag_n_fly77 wrote in naturesbeauty


Happy New Year!
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This tree is fighting for it's life beyond clouds, Ai-Petri mountain, Crimea. More at Ai-Petri photoalbum

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The land of Warren Wilson College
firthofforth wrote in naturesbeauty

some snowy pics
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drag_n_fly77 wrote in naturesbeauty

^^Holding their own!! Leaves refusing to fall

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refractedpastel wrote in naturesbeauty
I posted this yesterday, and deleted it when a member directed me to a photography competition group, but I'm not sure that's exactly what I'm looking for... to me, photography is a matter of relaxation/meditation, and I'd rather not transform it into a new and exciting rat race.  That is my explanation.

Based on someones recent post, I had the idea that we occasionally have themes to jump start our creativity (or at least this once). I also think it will be neat to see what direction each member of our little group take a prompt. What do you think?

For instance, we could do a "Backyard" theme with a few simple rules.

Take 3 "micro" shots to represent your backyard and 3 "macro".  Take this to mean what you will; detail shots verse overviews, your actual backyard verses your neighborhood, your city versus your state, etc.  Remember, only 3 to represent the small, only 3 to represent the big, so choose your shots carefully! You're our one and only expert of your backyard. :-)

All shots must be taken AFTER the prompt.

Follow the group rules: http://community.livejournal.com/naturesbeauty/profile (just a reminder!)

And... anything else you want to throw out there? I want this to be neat for all of us. :-)


drag_n_fly77 wrote in naturesbeauty


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Baby Squirrel
shadowolff24 wrote in naturesbeauty
Would anyone happen to know what kind of flower this is?

Thanks for your help!