I LOVE it! Wonderful image!
i relish how you go with your feelings ~ so nice mary
So beautifully composed. There's a whole story being told here..
Ohhh this is so beautiful. Love it.
That is so lovely. Isn't it fun to go back and reprocess old photos?
Firstly, I think that I came and loved your beautiful photo in the last post but never said so. Spring snow - don't you call it poor man's fertilizer, too? It makes everything so fresh for just a moment and, then, is gone just as quickly. I'm feeling nostalgic for outdoor freedom, too. Happily, I've been able to take walks down the lane for about a week, now. Unfortunately, how far I can go is limited by where the road has turned to an impassable mush! Mud season!Mary, thanks for pointing me to the "coffee shop" blog! I'd been there before but, not having PS, had forgotten about it. I've made my first textured photo and my first with and action, too.What is VERY frustrating is that I can't seem to get iphoto to surrender my RAW photos. I hope that it's been keeping them, all this time, since, I've been shooting in RAW. Do you know how? I've been trying for two weeks and, finally, when Tom came home to me in tears, he worked on it for three hours with no success. Any experience? Waaaaaaa!Back to taking photos and having fun! =]Love, Katy
Katy, I shoot in jpg -- no room on my computer for the bigger raw files. I will email you with more info.xoxo
Mary...you have such a way with you. I am always touched.
With lots of beautiful flowers blooming all around you. Sounds fantastic to me too. Carol
beautiful same here summer is what I long for.
Picnics! Summertime! Shorts!Ok, no on that last one . . .
"No on that last one" -- Kate, you crack me up! :)
I really, really love this, Mary. Very nostalgic, thoughtful and lovely. Picnics soon! xo – g
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