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pushing back the darkness
New Day - Old Ways
These each should have their own page......magnificent photos.
The scruffy one
I envy those curls.....she is lovely.
Chateau de Combourg
Your long exposure certainly has worked magic. Great shot!
Isn't nature wonderful!!!!
And a lovely picture it is!
A chamber of horrors.
Open Day 1
Dolls are sinister...and you have shown this here. He's definitely up to no good.
Such a beautiful countryside. I hope you can get there when the mountain turns red....it must be spectacular.
They look absolutely dangerous! Good photo on your part.
Lake Tekapo East 2
A wonderful color play of clouds, land and water....deserves my award this morning.
Hubby day care.
I'm sure the hubby doesn't object.....Love the color, and the window boxes.
Love is definitely in the air...it's a beautiful thing.
The exhibitionist and the lady make an interesting pair!
Perfectly balanced, and very eye pleasing.
Gets my award.....wonderful!
The visual of you teetering on the bed to take this gave me my morning smile
For me, the lighter background adds more to this.
He looks like lord!!!!
Like looking through a screen. Pretty.
STAINED GLASS WINDOW
As you know, one of my favorite subjects. Nicely done.
Llyn Gwynant Snowdonia
You live in such a lovely place, your photos make me want so much to visit Wales.
V3 gives the majestic perspective of those shores.
A fascinating mixture of lines and tones.
Well done for Annie.
The Brooks Saddle - Glen Etive, Highlands, Scotland
Your photographic technique and your editing have enhanced this wonderfully well.
Very beautiful light, showing off the drop from the waves to perfection.
Reds and Greens
Your editing brings out the best in this. Gorgeous.
Saturday shadows, preparing for autumn
This has a lovely warmth and security about it.
If I could make one suggestion it would be to crop it just above where the light hits the floor. The washed out area detracts the eye from the rest of the subject.