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Jennifer's 60th Birthday cake. by pentaxpatty

Jennifer's 60th Birthday cake.

Such a sophisticated cake. you have a very lucky friend.

By: pentaxpatty

Heron in Flight over the Thames by NDODS

Heron in Flight over the Thames

What a great image. v2 is especially beautiful.

By: NDODS

May in Philadelphia #11 by handlerstudio

May in Philadelphia #11

Such a beautiful flower, the peony. I like this close up view.

By: handlerstudio

crossing by whatriveristhis

crossing

I like this much more than yesterday's. It really gives the feeling of the darkness and treachery of the cold No. Sea.

By: whatriveristhis

Blue-eyed Grass by taggart

Blue-eyed Grass

Wonderful close ups of this sweet flower. I like coming upon these among the meadow grasses. beautifully photographed.

By: taggart

Goldie by MaryFaith

Goldie

What a beauty!

By: MaryFaith

Sorrow in stone 3 by mrswoolybill

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.

By: mrswoolybill

Soft Rose by PrunellaCara

Soft Rose

May be old, but it is sure a beauty.

By: PrunellaCara

MUM, DAD AND THE KIDS by JOKEN

MUM, DAD AND THE KIDS

A lovely family portraitSmile

By: JOKEN

Castle Carr by jadus

Castle Carr

What a marvelous opportunity, and you sure made the best of it. v3 is so personal, and very very well done.

By: jadus

Jupiter Artland by Irishkate

Jupiter Artland

Wonderfully designed landscaping.

By: Irishkate

Flowers, pots and wooden box by xwang

Flowers, pots and wooden box

That's what makes the best ones, when they appeal to your eye.
This has marvelous textures.

By: xwang

Resplendent by Quoise

Resplendent

Beautifully composed.

By: Quoise

Meandering Towards the Sea by PictureDevon

Meandering Towards the Sea

A fine example of long exposure. This is definitely wonderful.

By: PictureDevon

Woodworker by Brianmdoucette

Woodworker

A fine photo of a lost art. Not many people know how to do this anymore.

By: Brianmdoucette

Purple-crested loerie. by Moebee

Purple-crested loerie.

What an interesting looking fellow....good job on the photo.

By: Moebee

Borrowdale by whatriveristhis

Borrowdale

Fascinating!

By: whatriveristhis

Sculpture 1 by taggart

Sculpture 1

These are always so fascinating.

By: taggart

Rays of the sun 3 by Nikonuser1

Rays of the sun 3

This is wonderful.

By: Nikonuser1

Sorrow in stone 2 by mrswoolybill

Sorrow in stone 2

So many infant deaths in that era.

By: mrswoolybill

Similar to yesterday's by netta1234

Similar to yesterday's

Fascinating items left from an earlier age. I like the abstract quality of v3,

By: netta1234

beauty and the beast by CarolG

beauty and the beast

Now that is a mouthful!!!!!

By: CarolG

Sunrise at Puri Sea Beach (India)..7 by debu

Sunrise at Puri Sea Beach (India)..7

Magnificent....and yes I could spend hours just gazing out at that scene.

By: debu

REGENERATION by EMJAYCEE

REGENERATION

Such a delightful close up. I like pines, and this looks like a very nice specimen of a Mugo Pine.

By: EMJAYCEE

Butterfly by HUFC

Butterfly

And what a beautiful Hoya flowers as well.

By: HUFC

We need a brandy! by Chinga

We need a brandy!

The beauty of aging well....what a lovely couple enjoying each others company and the world around them.

By: Chinga

Flektogon by gss

Flektogon

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.

By: gss

Perspective by gss

Perspective

Being an Episcopalian, I appreciate the images of this magnificent structure...I only wish I could see them in person.

By: gss