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Friday, October 22, 2010

Just For Fun III

I have two angel wing begonia plants in the living room.  As the one adjusts to being moved indoors for the winter, it is dropping some leaves.  This leaf was just too pretty to toss outside without scanning it first.


5 comments:

  1. Hi,
    Well you've done it. I am officially hooked on scanning everything in the garden. I just have to remember to clean it occasionally as the business paperwork has come out a little spotty at times..lol!

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  2. Oh my, since your other scan I haven't looked at plants/trees or veggies the same way again!

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  3. Wow--the scanner gets so much more detail than a photograph! Can't wait to try it!

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  4. ~Gary
    Definetely need to keep the cleaner close by. Pollen is particularily messy. Nice to know I'm not the only one addicted to this.

    ~Dawn
    It does help one see flowers and such differently. When I picked up the angel wing begonia leaf I immediately asked, "would this scan well?"

    ~xoxoxo
    This leaf was a great example of the detail. A new way to look at plants.

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  5. we lost the lead to our scanner and I have been wanting to try this technique for months. Really nice capture.

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