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yes i am a fellow Canadian...They did find the 2 persons..dead.. I presume they were buried alive
Yes, same location as where your friends now live.
A terrible tragedy and one wonders if the loss of life could have been prevented. (I assume ladywil is a fellow Canadian).
I agree. Sad.
We always watch CTV at 11 pm with the local news after and I check their website. Horrible that landslide. I don't think they will be found alive, that is almost impossible.
Hi ladywil - watched channel 12 news afterwards. Have been following the quarry landslide.
bookish...yes very bad winds and then in the afternoon a heavy snow squal. We had no damages and the power stayed on.
Many thanks ~ Shirley and Kirsten. Really pleased you liked this. :)))
Really great textures and colours Francine!! Thanks very much. :)))
Beautiful colours, lovely puzzle, Francine, Thank you.
So pleased. Thanks Pat.
Beautiful love the puzzle thanks Fran
Sorry, yes - Adobe Photoshop Elements. Don't blame you - you're already using many programs....We had wicked winds this week, especially today - assume you did too.
Elements is Adobe, bookish?Which I don't have...don't want to buy.
Thank you, Michelle. Am delighted this is to your liking; your feedback is appreciated. :)
Thanks ladywil, glad you liked this. The middle cut-out is one of the shapes available in Elements program. This is comprised of differently coloured squares. Easy and fun project.
Exquisitely done, Francine. Love the superimposed cutout with such delicate gradients and textures. The 3D effect with all the frames is masterful. Again, this one just has to be solved! And the colours! Love, love teal and the purple is such a gorgeous complement! (Glad you went with more red than orange and kept the yellow as the pick up accent. Take a bow!)
this is so nice....how do you do that????
Thanks, Patti. Am pleased you liked it.
Another winner! Thanks, Francine!