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ColleenA Plus
5 350 5 Australia
9 Nov 2013 8:06PM
Your title made me smile....I love your thought process GrinGrin lovely colours and textures

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helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 8:10PM
I'm glad you can see there is a process Colleen - others may well doubt it WinkWinkWink
AnneB50 Plus
5 118 18 Scotland
9 Nov 2013 8:15PM
You always find something creative in subjects that others might just pass by. Lines, shapes, texture, colour and the tiniest shadow. Well done

marktc Plus
7 99 15 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 8:19PM
Very clever a Helen, nicely done!
gary_d Plus
10 576 13 Wales
9 Nov 2013 8:28PM

Quote:You always find something creative in subjects that others might just pass by. Lines, shapes, texture, colour and the tiniest shadow. Well done


I totally agree Ann, our Helen has such a good eyes, I would have walked past this without a thought. - gary
netta1234 Plus
5 382 2 Wales
9 Nov 2013 8:52PM
A verry well spotted image with great textureSmile
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
9 Nov 2013 9:21PM
Your words made me think of that tape measure theory. Where you measure how old you are and how old you hope to get. For me there is not many inches left. It really makes you take notice. I see a little doggie profile with it's ear hanging down. Like a spaniel. Too bad that little pebble wasn't where the eye should be.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
9 Nov 2013 10:30PM
Color does it in this almost mono!
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1858 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 10:33PM
Just perfect. Because it was there...
8 10 10 England
9 Nov 2013 10:37PM
You just have the knack and the eye to spot what makes a good image Helen.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1858 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 11:00PM
Keep coming back to this. The wiggly bit of string is making fun of the stiff, correct vertical line. That's why it's smiling...
Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 11:45PM
Well seen again Helen!
Always an eye for the unusual with a lovley bot of colour here
to add an arty touch.
teocali Plus
9 441 18 England
10 Nov 2013 12:06AM
A wonderful range of textures and tones, Helen. Clever and original work as always - can't wait for the shadows to start lengthening again Wink

helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2013 7:50AM
What a wonderful surprise to receive Moira's UA - thank you so much SmileSmileSmile
saltireblue Plus
7 7.5k 33 Norway
10 Nov 2013 8:10AM
I see the string investigating the green lines, finding out if they are the same species. It turns out they are mere imitations...

10 Nov 2013 9:07AM
Great capture.
pluckyfilly Plus
11 351 33 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2013 9:09AM
the twig could have been removed to enhance the picture further but I love the sentiment and the image that goes with it - all good fun HelenGrin
ChiliMan Plus
11 135 17 Singapore
10 Nov 2013 9:27AM
Very well put and a good set-up for the shot, Helen WinkGrin

The string looks like a large cartoon mouth from the side, about to gulp those two green streams flowing into it Grin

rayme330 6 17 1 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2013 10:57AM
I like this, simple and effective, very well done, Helen.

TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 12 England
10 Nov 2013 1:33PM
Yes, simple, but a very effective presentation, Helen Smile
Trev Smile
Rende Plus
10 38 4 Netherlands
10 Nov 2013 2:04PM
Wonderfully subtle and original Helen.
Joline Plus
11 29 53 United States
10 Nov 2013 6:01PM
Delightfully simpleSmile
danbrann Plus
13 636 17
10 Nov 2013 6:20PM
I'm Green with envy here.
11 Nov 2013 12:22AM
A clever title and an excellent composition.

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