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Jennifer's 60th Birthday cake.
Such a sophisticated cake. you have a very lucky friend.
Heron in Flight over the Thames
What a great image. v2 is especially beautiful.
May in Philadelphia #11
Such a beautiful flower, the peony. I like this close up view.
I like this much more than yesterday's. It really gives the feeling of the darkness and treachery of the cold No. Sea.
Wonderful close ups of this sweet flower. I like coming upon these among the meadow grasses. beautifully photographed.
What a beauty!
Sorrow in stone 3
It must have been very hard to have been a parent then, which the child mortality rate an expected event.
Very poignantly photographed.
May be old, but it is sure a beauty.
MUM, DAD AND THE KIDS
A lovely family portrait
What a marvelous opportunity, and you sure made the best of it. v3 is so personal, and very very well done.
Wonderfully designed landscaping.
Flowers, pots and wooden box
That's what makes the best ones, when they appeal to your eye.
This has marvelous textures.
Meandering Towards the Sea
A fine example of long exposure. This is definitely wonderful.
A fine photo of a lost art. Not many people know how to do this anymore.
What an interesting looking fellow....good job on the photo.
These are always so fascinating.
Rays of the sun 3
This is wonderful.
sunset over Kochi lagoon
Sorrow in stone 2
So many infant deaths in that era.
Similar to yesterday's
Fascinating items left from an earlier age. I like the abstract quality of v3,
beauty and the beast
Now that is a mouthful!!!!!
Sunrise at Puri Sea Beach (India)..7
Magnificent....and yes I could spend hours just gazing out at that scene.
Such a delightful close up. I like pines, and this looks like a very nice specimen of a Mugo Pine.
And what a beautiful Hoya flowers as well.
We need a brandy!
The beauty of aging well....what a lovely couple enjoying each others company and the world around them.
Time For Reflection
I like the intense colors this product gave. It is wonderful that you are preserving your father's work. Interesting bit of camera history as well.
Being an Episcopalian, I appreciate the images of this magnificent structure...I only wish I could see them in person.