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Thank you Celeste.
Bet it has changed a lot since then... Great pic Chickie
Thank you Michelle.
Beautiful shot, Sandy. I can only concur with the glowing comments below. I magnified it and sat back to enjoy it. A could almost feel the sand and hear the waves...good job! (Michelle)
That's what I thought!
Oh yay morris!!! Let the fun begin! Merry Christmas to yourself.
It should be here by next Thursday. I did order it tuday!
Aw, thank you, punkie.
We tend not to think about the beauty of the Great Lakes. This is a wonderful picture, chickie-down to the shadows on the pilings. You do have an eye.Be sure to let us know when you get that camera, Morris!
Just red stripes on the lighthouse please.
I can paint that for you. What color would you like? Nice picture young lady don't know why you would even think of painting it but then again every has their own ideas.
Thank you chookies. I keeping thinking about doing that! If only I could drag myself away from the Jig! LOL
Perfect snapshot, chickie - I would love that painted!
Thank you Hanne, , Tatinha and Ank.
Lovely Sandy thanks
Wow! Nice photo! Thanks!
Thanks for the reminder, I should get that camera ordered tuday!I left a comment on the second star pic!
Indeed this looks inviting!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
Thank you Laura.
Oh, this is a really nice shot, chickie! I love how the light house is right between the pillars. And the gulls. Gotta love the gulls!
Aw, thanks morris. I have forgotten all that now. I am learning all over again. Most of the time I use automatic on the digital. I bet you are excited about getting yours.
It shows on the photos you take take with the digital camera, that you know something about photography. I never had a "real camera", where you had tu make manual adjustments. It shows you always took nice pictures!!
morris, have you ever taken the driving circle tour around Lake Michigan? It is wonderful. There is so much to see, especially in upper and lower Michigan. Sleeping Bear Dunes is awsome up near Traverse City. And if you do it in mid July, the cherries and blueberrys are inseason. Sometimes peaches if they are early.
Thank you morris. I didn't think about a painting. This is from a 35mm camera back in the day.
Excellent photo, chickie!!! I like everything about this one. It would make a nice painting!