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thetriguy

The way a crow shook down on me the dust of snow from a hemlock tree has given my heart a change of mood and saved some part of a day once rued. R Frost
This is how an exciting image makes me feel.
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  • House by the Wood

    Wonderful image. Very soothing!
    Best, Bill
    • 28 Apr 2014 10:41AM
  • The Discovery

    Very cool! A dream hideaway for fishing!
    Best, Bill
    • 17 Mar 2014 11:47AM
  • Pheasant

    I really like this image. Suggestion: Perhaps a tighter crop might give this image a bit more pop and focus on those wonderful colors!
    Best, Bill
    • 16 Mar 2014 6:22PM
  • TAKIN THE P

    I'm not sure I understand the "P" concept, especially from Virginia, but I really do like the image. If it is of places no longer there, it truly is a fine memory!
    Best, Bill
    • 11 Mar 2014 7:50PM
  • Through the Keyhole

    Very well done, indeed!
    Best, Bill
    • 11 Mar 2014 7:48PM
  • Blue Jay mating

    Nicely done. I wonder if the bug is the equivalent of a cigarette after? Just a thought.
    Best, Bill
    • 10 Mar 2014 9:36AM
  • Feather and leaf on wet pavement

    I love abstracts and this is an especially good one! I particularly like the size of the image which adds to the entire composition. I agree with whatriveristhis above on the spot healing. It would remove a distraction that, once seen, always draws the eye to it.
    Best, Bill
    • 6 Mar 2014 10:39AM
  • Carol,
    As always, thanks for your kind comments. Knowing your work I especially take them to heart. Your portfolio is always an inspiration to me. And besides that, looking at your images just plain makes me feel good. Thanks for sharing them.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on CarolG's profile
    • 21 Nov 2008 10:05AM
  • Every time I look at your portfolio I just cringe! I can't image what beautiful images you're going to come up with when you have more time on your hands come December. Smile
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on dianah's profile
    • 1 Jul 2008 12:09PM
  • Penny, I read your comment about the digi pads on the query I posted. Sorry you had a problem. But I'm glad you responded since it gave me the opportunity to take a look at your portfolio. It is simply amazing. I am very impressed. Thanks for sharing this great work with us.
    Best, Bill
  • Robert, Many thanks for your "User Award". I can say nothing more than that I am very honored.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on ketch's profile
    • 5 Apr 2008 10:35PM
  • Great work, Stella. Thanks for sharing your images and your thoughts.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on Artois's profile
    • 2 Apr 2008 8:23PM
  • Anna,
    Borders are great little dogs? Ya cracked me up with that one. I'm still laughing! I can see your wonderful sense of humor in your work, too. Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on Fishnet's profile
    • 4 Mar 2008 9:53AM
  • Kathy,
    Was reading a comment you made on the Forum and stopped by to visit. Boy, am I glad I did. What a wonderful portfolio! Made me happy in many ways. Thanks for sharing your gift.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on KathyW's profile
    • 17 Feb 2008 3:34PM
  • What a great Portfolio, Albert. You see normal things and make them special. Thanks for sharing these images with us.
    Best, Bill
  • Thanks for making me smile this morning. I'm going to make sure I look for more adventures of "Squirrel Nutcase" in the future. I think he's (she's?) become my new superhero! Thanks for sharing your imagination with us.
    Best, Bill
    • Posted on bunbeam's profile
    • 19 Dec 2007 12:34PM
  • I am in awe. I've found myself at your portfolio a number of times just asking myself, "Now how in the hell did she do that?" Coming back here is like reading a good poem out loud: It's so refreshing to the soul. Thank you for sharing your vision. Best, Bill