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Quest #3

Quest #3

This is the flower of the herb called Sage. I used it for making tea. Normally I would not let it flower (for potency reasons I think), but there is too much for me to keep up with. I can't seem to dry it fast enough. Smile

This is part three of my quest for Oly's world of perfect backgrounds. With a little more meditation I think I can break through. Wink



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Date: Tue July 8, 2008
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Nigel C Young
This is lovely. I'm glad you appreciate Oly's stuff...she's good!
#1 Tue July 8, 2008 3:32am

It is very lovely. Smile
Agree with you on Oly's world... Smile
She has magic with her images. Smile
#2 Tue July 8, 2008 11:25am

Lol your meditation Robert! When you make the break through can you pass the secret on to me! All I can think when I see this is Sage & Onion stuffing...mmm! Don't think I have ever seen the plant though. This is a lovely shot of it. Viv
#3 Tue July 8, 2008 12:11pm

Ooh Viv don't talk about food yet. It's not quite lunch time here. Smile But since you mentioned it, sage works great as a rub for goose.
Thanks Nigel and Kelly! I think I am getting the hang of the Bokeh. I just have to get the Bokeh with the laser sharp images. This may be due to my lens as well. We shall see.
Look out Nigel I will be seeking to learn how you do your images next! I hold you in just as high regard as I do Oly. Smile
#4 Tue July 8, 2008 4:13pm

Great on chicken too! I've never seen it bloom before. Lovely shot Robert! Smile Daenna
#5 Wed July 9, 2008 3:12pm

Thanks Daenna! You have probably never seen it bloom cause you know people who are much more diligent with their garden than I. Supposedly I should never let it bloom. I am testing that to see if the tea is still good. Smile
#6 Wed July 9, 2008 6:32pm

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