well the edits are subtle and really add to the overall shot. lovely :)
Real life Murdergadget would be proud
One of those perfect moments it was.
Thanks, and just so you know, that stack of bricks on the right is a BBQ grill.
I wish I'd thought of that! I could have added a string of glowing thread in with the black. I may have to do another one....
You got it right!
I never thought about the wide range of class of the chairs i find, just like us.
I didn't catch that the crop and the sign went together, how cool.
Yes Annie Sue is right, the variety is Multi Blue :)
haha, bet you're wondering why we're weighing our bananas!
thanks Annie-Sue! I'll look into that...
It is a beautiful piece
Thank you -we did all have fun :)
:) love your comments!
So nice to hear from you Teri, At the same time, it drags the feelings of this moment back up again, and i am reexperiencing again that intense feeling.
Marty, not at all, it feels very honoring in spite of the fact you never knew him, and for some reason, you were meant to see it and share it...my heart feels very heavy from your moving portrait and telling of his story. As a photograph, the distance from his small face in the picture, and the memorial, creates an intense feeling inside me which I am having trouble articulating, but I agree, it is so heart breaking, he was so young.
: D !
Of course not... You'd kidnap me first.
It's not like I'm gonna go and skin you alive just to keep those tissues for my collection or anything, ppft!
Hello, I'm here to respond with a thank you, and also a statement that you are insane for thinking such things. Bye.
lupin time for me tomorrow! (Happy 900!)