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    Desert Flowers

    A few "macro" shots from Saguaro National Park East. Granted, they could use a little work, but I don't think they came out all that bad considering my lens is not a macro lens.

    Some type of bud. To what, I have no idea.

    ISO100, 1/500 @ f10

    A couple of cactus flowers

    ISO100, 1/100 @ f10

    ISO100, 1/500 @ f10
    Thomas T. "Tommy" Warshaw III
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    great shots. get a macro lens next and see what else you can come up with.

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