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  • manipulated rose

    I recently read a book in which the main character kept repeating his life, dying, and then waking again in his teens to try again. Each cycle he tried different approaches from improving his own situation to improving that of humanity. In the end he came to realize that each of us has a few close contacts in our lives that make a difference, and the importance of life is registered in the contribution returned to those we love. It reminded me of the line from an old Beatles song, "The love you take is equal to the love you make."
    • 6 Mar 2009 2:07AM
  • Moon over Monsanto

    A study in superb composition for sure. I can always learn a bit from you.
    • 6 Mar 2009 1:49AM
  • En garde!

    Helen, the luminous emerald color is so vibrant and appealing it "pops." What an awesome shot! Congratulations to you.
    • 6 Mar 2009 1:47AM
  • Blowing bubbles

    Love the "moment." It isn't easy to capture scenes like this. Congratulations to you, Annette.

    • 6 Mar 2009 1:45AM
  • The Wedding Train

    So creative and unique. An inspiration in every way.
    • 6 Mar 2009 1:41AM
  • A question of scale

    When I was a young man I didn't understand Mozart. In my mid-40's I began to appreciate the music this man wrote at the age of 12. Talk about a humbling experience. Moira, I admire your mission of discovery. You're honest, you're forthright, and most definitely appealing. Beauty is simple - it shines, it speaks, it is unmistakable. And it can have meaning even if it isn't commonly accepted, yet who cares? Most of us are looking for a simple and beautiful way to call it quits along the way.
    • 27 Feb 2009 7:52AM
  • A dogs prayer

    A juxtaposition of the old and new, but with a is eternal. To play the tricky game of life a girl needs a plan; to play the game of love she needs a man.
    • 27 Feb 2009 7:27AM
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  • HDR is certainly your forte. Your PF is truly impressive. No one can argue with your creativity and vision, but I'd love to see a simple shot at say, F11, of something you consider consummately beautiful.
    • Posted on Sue_R's profile
    • 3 Feb 2009 4:27AM
  • Well, it would be difficult to add "constructive criticism." Just where do you think I should begin? Perfection is pretty tough to nitpick. Thank you for sharing such wonders.

    • Posted on OMG's profile
    • 3 Feb 2009 3:13AM
  • Wow, Dawn, such a wide and varied display. Your growth is phenomenal! Congratulations to you, Sweetie,and please don't thank me - spend the time instead seeking new shots!!! Smile I'll be watching!
  • Your portfolio is truly magnificent, an inspiring collection of color and light. Your talent shines thru in each and every image.
  • Stunning depth and detail. You're a true master at these.
    • Posted on CarolG's profile
    • 3 Jun 2008 8:17PM
  • I like what the lady below said. First of all, have fun! There's no point otherwise. And if you do, it will show in your photos. There's a saying that everyone's their own worst critic, which is actually a good thing. Only as time goes by will you see the smaller issues that need attention, and meanwhile they won't dampen your enthusiasm. Nobody can really teach you - photography's a skill that comes with practice. The more you admire other people's work, the better yours will become. I think your work is already sensational.
  • Seeing your growth and your love of photograph has been an inspiration. The challenges you have overcome few face, and I can only marvel.
  • Each and every image in your PF is a study in quality. Others have mentioned the term, inspirational, which I echo, but not in the vein of trying to equal your talent, but because each of your images evokes a feeling of warmth and wonder when viewed.
    • Posted on GillyB's profile
    • 19 Oct 2007 11:29PM
  • Many beautiful landscapes in your PF and some very nice technical work too. Wonderful photography.
    • Posted on sherlob's profile
    • 11 Sep 2007 5:43PM
  • Someone once said that photography is the art of capturing light. As I look at your gallery, it strikes me that you have mastered this concept.
    • Posted on taggart's profile
    • 28 Aug 2007 11:03PM