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Photographic Fridays #3 – Daisies

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same flower, another angle, originally uploaded by Chandoo.

We went to near by Scioto River park last weekend to spend some time without any noise. But we didnt know that there was a concert going on there. So we walked out of the park to surrounding Dublin residential area and I spotted few nice flowers en route. I am sucker for flowers, I cant control my finger when I see one, I had to click. May be because they are already beautiful, my shots are bound to be nice 🙂 Whatever may be the reason, enjoy the shot.

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3 Responses to “Photographic Fridays #3 – Daisies”

  1. kidakaka says:

    Awesome.. can I have a widescreen wallpaper mailed to me bro 🙂

  2. Hypnos says:

    Let's ask the Flickr guy make a widescreen wallpaper applet for the benefit of Kida... wat say Chandoo?

  3. Chandoo says:

    @kida: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3189/2622804797_c502fe8e34_b_d.jpg that is the large size on flickr, if you want even bigger version, will send you one once I reach home.. 🙂

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