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This is an entry for the Garden contest. I will be sharing my garden pictures,

there will be landscape and micro photos so no one would get bored :)

these photos were taken over the time perioid of two years.

I enjoyed taking these pictures very much 

and hope that you guys will feel the same way :)
I love taking macro shots at older historical sites and gardens, also if you bring a piece of blank paper into a greenhouse, you can make it seem like a studio. If it is during a sunset, you can bring a flashlight, like... a good one would be a 9 lumen LED flashlight from a distance. Just shine it at the paper. Or bring a water sprayer or dropper, and just make it look like morning. The paper works good with an easel. I'm only 12, and I have an eye for macro.
Where is "Land of Dream"? I want go there and eat mango on the lawn.
You ought to crop the picture of the hoepoe to make it easier for folk to see such a magnificent bird.<br><br>I'm jealous you had one on your lawn.<br><br>
How did you know that... Great pictures, though!
Click the &quot;i&quot; in the corner, and you can look at the photo at the same size it was uploaded, and zoom in as well.
No, I know that. I meant, how did you know that the bird is called a hoepoe? <strong>That, </strong>is the amazing thing.
Oh!<br><br>It's a very distinctive bird, very few other species look similar.<br><br>I'm a birder as well as a Maker. I've never seen a hoepoe in the flesh, but they do occasionally turn up in the UK.
I actually do enjoy small-scale birding on my front porch. Unfortunately, I have never seen a hoepoe (I have seen an indigo bunting, though, and that was cool).
<a href="http://www.birdforum.net/opus/Eurasian_Hoopoe"><br> Eurasian Hoopoe</a>.<br> <br> <a href="http://www.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/birdguide/name/h/hoopoe/index.aspx">RSPB entry</a> with UK distribution.<br> <br> <br>
Thanks.
Thank you :)
Thank you for your interest, i added a couple more pictures that i had of the hoopoe.<br><br>actually there were days where there were whole families of them surrounding the garden, i just don't know why i didn't pick my camera and take some pictures :D
nice work really great wish u the best and to win
nice you are going to win i hope
What is the name of the flower in the very first picture? Its absolutely beautiful :)<br>
This flower is called the yellow hibiscus flower, when it's open it will like the the flower in the 4th picture :)
Hey kimo ,,, when i told you about the contest i thought you may have a chance to win the 1 year subscription ,,not the Nikon . :D<br> <br> Awesome pictures man ,, i hope you win because i know you are a good friend and will borrow me the camera :P

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