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    Moose ate the first leaves this spring' here's the new growth, which by now, might be gone. This image is on my flickr site and was edited by picnik, their program.


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    I like this... its very "galleriesque"

    The framing works really well and the colors blend in nicely...simple yet elegant!

    (disclaimer: I KNOW galleriesque isnt a word... I just made it up...LOL)
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    for me, it evoked Mapplethorpe's BW work with flowers, fine and delicate work.
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