Betty took this photo with a Canon Digital Rebel.
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Philip says: "I planted this rose outside my living room window years ago. Recently, I noticed this perfect blossom during a gentle morning rain so I leaned out the window and snapped this shot with my old Sony DSC V-1."
Michael says: "I was taking photos at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. At first, I was going to swat this bug away, but on close inspection, I decided that it made for an interesting composition."
Jeffrey says: "I took this at Crystal Cove Beach around sunset with my Nikon D300s. I got the shot as a light fog had rolled into the cove."
Bill says: "I was at an outdoor water plant and pond supply store in West Palm Beach. There were many dragonflies flying around, and I caught this one hand-held, with a film camera. I scanned it, but made no other changes."
George took this photo with a Canon Digital Rebel Xsi.
Jim says that he took this picture in his yard using his Canon SX120iS set to manual exposure mode.
Hans writes: "I got this photo of the Lighthouse at Byron Bay, the east-most point of Australia. I used a Pentax Optio W60--proof positive that capturing a pretty image does not require an expensive camera."
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