"Just Peachie"

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Comments (18)

Nick Weall on April 16, 2010

yummy I'd say :)

Sarah O on April 16, 2010

Hello to 2 of my favorite people Hi Nick and Steve, thank you both so much, this grows just out my front door....I love these little Gerber daisies, and to have you both take a look thrills me lots and lots!! :))) good to see you guys...have a great and beautiful weekend..


Sarah O on April 16, 2010

Hi dear Steve please tell me if this shot when enlarged, is still too large to be enjoyed and seen properly? thanks.....Sarah

Sarah O on April 16, 2010

No not yet Steve, I am going to, we just have not been at the computer very much, Mr O was off several days and we had so much to do and went out of town yesterday, so that has not been done, and I guess too, I'am just reluctant, afraid I won't do that correctly, Steve..


Sarah O on April 16, 2010

Thanks Steve, I so appreciate your help and advice! I'll let you know how it goes, or if I have questions OK?

Sarah O on April 16, 2010

Thank you Steve, I may have to call on you then, This will be new to me, so not sure about how successful I'll be with this. Appreciate you Steve.


Nick Weall on April 16, 2010

Hey Sarah one of the easiest ways to reduce the pixel size of a large pixel count shot is to e-mail yourself a copy of the shot and when it comes up and asks you what size to send the shot ~ it will come up with a box asking you whether to send it original size or small ~ there is also a tab saying more options ~ go to the more options and choose between three different sized options ~ (I choose the larger of the three) ~ All these things can be done in various photo editing programmes ~ but this solution is hassle free

Good luck nick

top spotter on April 18, 2010

Hi Sarah Ho yes another one here for a Y* Just Peachie is just about right for the title.I hope you are getting to know the new camera ok you will only learn by using it.We dont know if we will be able to go on holiday yet with all flights being grounded because of this dust cloud from the volcano in Iceland.Best wishes Alan :((

Sarah O on April 18, 2010

Good morning Alan Hope things are going great on your Sunday...I am so glad to see you visited my "peachie" Gerber daisy, and thrilled you will be placing her in your favorites. I have several real pretty colors in this flowers this year, I love them all. We enjoy he camera Alan, it just has so much to learn that we didn't have in the other camera. AND I don't get out with it very much, just so much to do right now in the yards and garden. I'll run out sometimes and realize I didn't bring along the camera and see something I need to photograph! I've kept up with the news about the eruption in Iceland and how it is affecting air travel in so many countries. What a bummer if it keeps you from your holiday. Surely things will be better by the time you need to go, I hope so Alan. Is that time close by, I remember you commenting about the holiday but have forgotten the dates. Hope it will all be OK by then. Nice to see you as usual Alan.

Warm regards/Sarah

top spotter on April 18, 2010

Hi Sarah I know what you mean I`m out in the front garden just now and was out all day yesterday in the back.We where due to fly to lanzarote on the 6th May so not long to go but its in the lap of the gods at preasant???.Best wishes Alan

Mirenterese on April 26, 2010

Excellent macro Sarah, many people say that the perfection doesn't exist but I think this flower is perfect. I like also the presentation. Good work Sarah. Warm regards, Mirenterese

Sarah O on April 26, 2010

Hello Mirenterese I'am so glad you like this pretty peach flower... It seems to be growing out of a bed of pinestraw doesn't it? :)) I had just mulched all the flower beds with pinestraw, so that is what is the background here....It is so good to see you Mirenterese...as always.

My best to you/Sarah

Lesley Rigby on April 29, 2010

Sarah It is so beautiful! I love the perfection of the flower but it is the tones which are so unusual. The grass is such a lovely foil for the flower. Impressed :-))

Best wishes, Lesley

Sarah O on April 30, 2010

Lesley I'am glad you like this little peach colored daisy! That is pine straw all underneath, we mulch with pine straw, Lesley, so the contrast between the brown straw and the delicate flower was interesrting to me too! My shots still open up way too large I think, so got to work on that with photoshop, or picasa or some helpful site. Will be doing that soon hopefully, when time allows. It was great to have your comment on this shot Lesley. Come back to see me!

Warm regards/Sarah:)

ALLWO - I LIKE PANOR… on February 5, 2013

Glückwunsch Sarah - Dein Blumenfoto gefällt mir sehr gut - Herzliche Grüße und LIKE 1 von Wolfgang aus Deutschland

Sarah O on February 5, 2013

HELLO to Germany.. ALLWO, thank you so much, Iam so happy to see this lovely Daisy brought back onto my page :))) I love these blooms, and enjoy them in the spring when they pop out! Nice to see you and thanks for your visit and comment here, I'am glad you liked this shot..

from Georgia, USA Sarah

kinderbill / Bill … on August 26, 2013

Hello Sarah,a quick dip into your gallery and found this beautiful image, love the suttle colour and sharpness. well taken, regards, Bill. LIKE

Sarah O on August 26, 2013

Thanks again Bill, great to have you drop in on this Peachy Beauty!! I love these, it is a well-opened Gerber Daisy, I have a variety of colors. one of my favorite little plants around our home...Iam happy you like this little bloom:)

kind regards, Sarah

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 16, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Sarah O
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
    • Taken on 2010/04/05 21:29:20
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/320)
    • Focal Length: 12.61mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash