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LOL!!! However, I've got round the problem, by not posting yesterday (because I was tied up with family) meant I could post earlier today... so problem solved... posting time should no longer clash with supper!!!
LOL! Yes, I do!!!!!!!!!!!! hehehe ;-)
Wendy.... you don't know what you ask!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kirsten, I am so sorry for my delayed response, my daughter visited today to sort out some of her boxes from our loft... and it took heaps longer than expected... so sorry, I've not been able to post more puzzles, I'm glad you liked this one, and thank you, because it's just reached the hopefully safe figure of 100!!!!
I think this is a sweetie, Mandy! Thanks. :)))
Wendy.... you want me to risk the wrath of the chef!!!!!!
Mandy, ohhhh, when I first started posting puzzles, I was using Advia's and Pat's (they asked me to), and making them into puzzles....and I was so frustrated with how so many of them looked too dark. It never occurred to me at the time to use the brightness/contrast option...and mainly because I was only using MS Paint at the time which didn't have that option. LOL! At least you know what to do to fix it. In the future, go without your dinner and fix the darned problem(s). LOL
Yes, Wendy, thankyou, you are quite right, and I saw that as soon as I posted it, but just didn't have time to do it again... hubby had dinner on the table!!! I must practice changing the brightness and intensity of colour, it might have helped this wee flower!!!
Thanks you PJ - I tried to make the frame stand out more because the flower is quite dull... it hasn't worked well, but I just didn't have time to sort out something else today!! Maybe I should be like the best chefs, and not serve up "plates" that I'm not totally satisfied with... LOL :~)
Ms. Mandy, I love the composition, the flower, and the framing. However, for my eyes, a little brighter color would make this puzzle perfect. ;-)
Cute, Mandy, I like the striking effects you used for framing.