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A very creative and artsy post. And you look...well...beautiful!
Why thank you, Lowell. That is so nice. It's amazing what a little extra contrast will do. Interesting how I got that shot. . . when I aimed my iPhone at the loafing shed last week, the lens was "reversed" so I could see myself in the screen. Sun rays were splattered across my head and face. The patterns changed whenever I moved my head. I forgot the shed for a moment and snapped this photo as well as few others. I was quite intrigued by this "phenomenon."
And the sun rays echo the diagonals of the deck at left w/black dog. Love your black & whites. . .
Sharon: Thanks for noticing. . . the diagonal patterns in the photos that is. The patterns in the top two photos are what grabbed my attention. A great observation.In regards to my video post, it's always helpful to know one is not alone when it comes to learning technology. As in your post about "The Dot," you never know where a "dot" will take you. The most important thing is to start.
Karen I love the picture ..... that is so cool ! Who needs Cindy Crawford .....
Anonymous: Actually I have a lot in common with Cindy Crawford: Her legs and I are the same height.
That was me Karen making that comment,and your right you and her legs could be the same height.
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