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My first photo to post.

Posted by romani_30 7 TX (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 25, 06 at 20:38

http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r56/Romani_01/IMG_0039.jpg I know its blurry.
I just got a digital camera and am not used to it.
I think its a Lithop relative.


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RE: My first photo to post.

You're making progress one step at a time. You've mastered one way to post pictures.

It won't be long before your digital picture quality will improve also. What kind of camera did you choose?

Al


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RE: My first photo to post.

Yup, I'd say a Lithops relative but not a Lithops. Can't make out the details well enough to say what it is.


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RE: My first photo to post.

Well Ariole its a 2.1 Megapixel Digital Concepts camera.


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RE: My first photo to post.

I'm going to guess and go with the Genus Schwantesii, they bloom readily and have thick finger-like leaves. Other options: Cheiridopsis or maybe Lampranthus or its cousins?


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