This one above was taken the next day.....Now here's where I need your help. If you see a difference, would you please tell me what it is in your comment...And, if you don't see a difference, do tell me that, too!
Thanks in advance for your help with this!
More To Come......
The second one has a closer view without zooming in. Like the second one the best. Very interesting plant.
love seeing your videos and hearing your voice!
the second one is "better" because you got close without having to zoom zoom zoom.
i think Uno looks like the "perfect puppy". i'm so glad he won.
I thought the second one was a bit blurry...but never trust my eyes! my Euphorbia has only a few seed pods, yours is amazing!!
The top beagle is cute. But I always wish my dog's breed would win: Lhasa apso!
Splendid plant, Naomi! It's amazing to see the wind on the leaves around... it's looks so real! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much for your compliments to Sofia and to the "girls"!
I love to see UNO, what the cutest "boy"! I went to the site and I enjoyed it, too!
My first dog was a Beagle in 1956, so I guess I just love them because of that.
Great photos again! The second one looks more vibrant.
the second was less detailed, appeared to have the contrast set higher; so the light areas had no detail, dark more intense but for reality, I felt the first was better. Interesting plant
It seemed like you weren't zooming in on the second one? They both looked good to me!
The video was very interesting - and that plant is wild!
Oh, I think if UNO had not won there might have been a riot in the Gardens...He was just the most adorable doggie!!!! So damn all American!!! No fru-fru cut...just plain ole dog! He's the kind you just want to cuddle!!!
I posted Uno, too. I love Beagles. I was passing through and found your plants astonishing. The second video seemed more focused, but had the extraneous stuff I couldn't see towards the end, so I would choose the first one if you just wanted to focus on the plant. L.A. looks so very different from miserably slushy Boston.
I always love seeing images of your marvellous garden, whether on video or still photos. That plant is amazing, and from other pics I remember, it is also so magnificently big!
Like others here I noticed that in the first video there was more zooming in for the close up shots which you didn't need to do for the second vidoe. The trade off though was that the second video could seem blurry at times when you changed from a close shot to a long shot of the garden.
Gee, everyone's opinions are different aren't they? I thought the second one had more detail when you panned in close to those amazing seed pods. The first one had a few more blurry shots.
It appears to me the second take was of more contrast, and therefore I liked it best. But what do I know? Nice photo-machen, Young Lady.
Is there anyone who doesn't like beagles? I just hate I missed the show. Martin was telling me about it and everyone has his picture up. I like to watch to see all the wonderful breeds I could bring home! And to pull for the Labs of course. I know Earl would have been a wonderful show dog, that is what he and I tell each other anyway!
I was just looking at your Euphorbia flower today for February so it was odd to flip over here and see it!
Sweetie's little picture is up for Valentine's day finally!
this plant looks like a creature from outer space!
Name: OldOldLady Of The Hills
Location: Los Angeles, California