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girafferacing · 2016-04-28: 06:24
I especially like the third shot's focus and composition.
Thanks Brenda. I had to work quite hard to find shots I was really pleased with that day.
dogydad2 · 2016-04-25: 11:17
dogydad2 My distinct pleasure, my friend!
Keep up the excellent work!
marilynx · 2016-04-25: 02:30
I like it with both backgrounds, but agree that the details are sharper in the second one. You do such quality work, Marilyn!
You are always so very supportive. Thank you Brenda. Mxx
McMommy · 2016-04-24: 00:12
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Love seeing your pretty face again, McM!
aw, thank you Brenda! :-)
lookagain · 2016-04-23: 19:26
Oh, Marsha! What a beautiful portrait of you! Looking younger every year!!!
Thanks for the compliment! BUT...anyone over 60 knows how that goes.... ;)
karabana · 2016-04-22: 17:29
One of my favorite songs of his - but I think we should "party like it's 1999!"
I agree. I danced this afternoon to many of his tunes, and am watching some of his performances now.

Baby, that was much too fast.
angil · 2016-04-20: 09:15
Oh, Antonio! The clarity and detail in their markings are just incredible! Such magnificent creatures!
Thank you so much Brenda
dogydad2 · 2016-04-18: 22:32
The model driver!
Thanks, Brenda....still trying to keep my old carcass legal to be on the road and at the helm.......however.... sometimes... I can be distracted........
I guess I should be more attentive to fellow motorists, than to trying to capture colors of the traffic lights being refracted by the raindrops, on my windshield, especially during "Peak Traffic Times".......
angil · 2016-04-17: 10:25
How novel! And I like the curvy walkway!
It's called "calçada portuguesa".
marilynx · 2016-04-17: 10:09
marilynx Found it for you
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