Hi Cathy -
I just reread my post and realized it sounded rude which I didn't mean for it to be. I was in a rush to take my daughter to a play yesterday.
My tips for photographs for stem identification were meant to be general and not specifically for you
I actually prefer to have a good photo of where the stem meets the bowl for all stemware. For some patterns it doesn't matter but in others it is important. For instance the bowl can be set directly on the stem, or there can be a wafer, or the stem can form a flower with varying number of petals, etc.
My back is getting better, Cathy. Thank you for asking.