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Deardorff · 2014-07-21: 00:12
Reply ⇔ 73 Years Ago...
What a nice idea.
Thanks, I'd almost forgot to post it!
marilynx · 2014-07-14: 10:54
Nice shots Marilyn. You've captured the birds and the elements on what I'd call a beautiful afternoon. If God gives you rain, take a photo of it.
I couldn't agree more!
The ducks loved it!
DutchMountains · 2014-07-14: 03:20
Reply ⇔ Colorful Sunset
Beautiful capture. What is the item in the lower left corner?
A piece of wood, left by the high tide and used it as a foreground interest. gr. Henk.
Yokai · 2014-07-13: 20:01
Reply ⇔ model : Hiromi
Nice work Yokai. Your model has a strange smile in the first two. I like #3 the best.
Thanks for your sharp‐eyed criticism!
To tell the truth, she wears braces in her mouth to straighten teeth. That makes her smile strange...
StillBill · 2014-07-11: 16:57
I agree with Marilynx, had to be a woman involved somewhere. Nice set.
LOL They ALWAYS get us guys in trouble !! lol
davids · 2014-07-11: 10:46
Reply ⇔ Dazzle...
Wow, that's one wild paintjob. Post it in color if you get the chance so we can get the other effect. Great capture.
Thanks - the painting is in black and white like the dazzle ships of WW1
tocokocham · 2014-07-04: 13:37
Reply ⇔ Haberki
Nice but I think I like the last one best. We adapt, you to the short two months of summer, and us to the long 9 months we have in Texas.
Thanks for my first comment :D
Mmmm Texas, its must be beautiful place with amazing climat. I should life there, I love sun.
marilynx · 2014-07-04: 10:23
Thanks for this post Marilyn. You know the cost of the freedoms we have. I salute you also.
Thanks for visiting my post and commenting.
WE visit battle sites fairly often.
marilynx · 2014-07-04: 09:24
Great shots Marilyn. I have one question though. Being on the west side of the water, what is an allotment?
An allotment is a parcel of arable land one can rent for a very small amount of money from the local council to grow vegetables etc.
davids · 2014-07-04: 09:22
David what a really super shot. I guess I have a similar question to Marilyn. The train cars above, are they on the end of regular tracks or special structures to hold them? I really like the "Adore and Endure" on the building front. Wish we all could.
They are old train carriages that have been placed on special stands