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Somnial wrote:
I am still a tyro.
my first try a few years ago was an inadvertantly oversized file
and between then and now I was interrupted by many most unpleasant
events. Suffice it to say that I was thrilled recently to discover
the first flower on a plant that had nearly succumbed before I put
it in this terrarium.
given a few more years I might get this thing right.

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On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 20:20:42 -0800, Somnial wrote
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A very nice bloom, Somnial. We all lament the diminution of a lively group,
though there have been a number of attempts to get around the service
providers.

Tom
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Congratulations Somnial. Nicely resurrected.

As Tom said, there are still some of us here but the group is no where near
as active as it used to be. I guess that's what happens when bureaucracy
uses a broad brush to address a small problem.

~John


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On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 20:20:42 -0800, Somnial wrote
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A very nice bloom, Somnial. We all lament the diminution of a lively
group,
though there have been a number of attempts to get around the service
providers.

Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200



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John Varigos wrote:
Congratulations Somnial. Nicely resurrected.

As Tom said, there are still some of us here but the group is no where near
as active as it used to be. I guess that's what happens when bureaucracy
uses a broad brush to address a small problem.

~John


Thank you indeed for the compliment.
I have been a lurker for a number of years and have noticed the
disappearance of many participants and simultaneously, the influx
of porn. So those who would protect us from it have accomplished
the opposite affect. I have gotten more practice in using filters.




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