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Things I see on my travels... Just rope today but still going for colours...
The green one is in V3
Wishing you all a pleasant and safe day.
V1 is a delight.
V1 for me also Isabel, a fine composition,
Lovely textures, Isabel, love that green Carol
V1 stands out for me. Super capture, Isabel.
1 and 3 look so new
Only you would find green rope Isabel. Three fine images from your travels. Peter.
Three images which have got me all tied up, superb clarity and depth of detail Isabel.
Love all three Isabel....great clarity, compositions and good use of dof...well captured
Beautiful abstracts and textures, Isabel!
Just watch the gradual transition from natural fiber to synthetic.
You have these images tied down, Isabel!
Great texture & colours.
Fine details and great pov. You have roped us withyour beautiful images.
brilliant colour isabel wonderful detail v1 for me today a cracker nice one
greatV1 but you are heading back to that green again.
Excellent detail Isabel. You just get better and better.
Very good details ( V3 - a great abstract!)
( Thanks for your very nice comments!)
Lovely rope Isabel...V1 is my fave
Pleased to be your 30th vote and V3 is my favourite.
you do take some interesting images Isabel... very good!
All three variants are different and beautiful.
Cor, these look a bit ropey, Isabel..
I am wondering what is tied down in V2, the wall or the post ?!
Beautiful colours, especially the Green one...!
Great detail and textures in these fine well observed abstracts.
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