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Monday, April 06, 2009

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Aileni

You have the done the subject proud. Not easy treating flowers well in B&W.

cieldequimper

Very nice shot , at least you've told us they are white and pink!

Carver

That's a beautiful shot of the dogwood. It works so well in monochrome.

Sherrie

HI!
Beautiful Shot!!! I have saw a few blooming here in Indiana this week. Don't know if they will last long as it is snowing at the moment! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Daryl

Nice!

Carver

I had to laugh, you are of course correct, I meant to write That's my World. Glad you mentioned it because I have fixed it now.

HalfCrazy

Hi there!

Black and white really gives an air of sadness and nostalgia in photos. Wonder how those flowers look in colored? :)

Really glad to know its history!

Snapshutter

Nice capture. Hope we'll see more of this flower.

magiceye

a stunner!

Arija

A very beautiful shot with the light on the flowers.

Peggy Theim

Moved from Alabama to Texas a few years ago and I really miss the dogwood trees. One of favorite. They are beautiful.

Nikki

I've been loving the dogwood and azalea combo in bloom the last few weeks. The neighborhood on Westridge road (north of the Greek and Baptist churches) has one of the most impressive displays I have seen in my limited wanderings!

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