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Oh, Mandy, thank you very much. So glad you appreciate the image, I'm quite fond of it myself...
PJ, this is fabulous, I can see why Gail thought it was a Christmas ornament... it really is worthy of decorating a tree. Actually, its worthy of decorating anything ;~)). Wonderfully effective, thanks.
Oh Pat, it's not your fault at all. Many solvers have asked about my programs, and after a while, I've just shortened PowerPoint to PP. Initials are fine - but have their shortcomings, as we've just found out.
Many of you have advanced digital programs that performs 'wonders'. I have not had the time to get further than Lunapic - and try to get the most out of 'my old friend PP'.
Wonderfully poetic comment Kirsten, thank you!
And now I feel like a simpleton--PowerPoint! Of course! Maybe it's because I don't use it, but those initials threw me! Thanks for putting up with my dumb question, PJ! :-)))
It's so proud of its own beauty, it's springing out of its frame!! Thanks PJ! :)))
How fun Gaillou - bet the kids love it.
I actually have bought all kinds of sports ornaments for my kids and grandkids over the years. Some were people playing the sports-soccer, skiing, hockey- and some were items like footballs. I also bought glass balls with the names of the different local sports teams like the Minnesota Twins and the Golden Gophers (Univeristy of Minnesota).
Jan - thank you, I'm so glad you appreciate the puzzle. So happy you felt the 'baseball' coming at you, just what I wanted.
Gaillou - thank you, glad you had fun. Some years ago I saw a Christmas tree exhibition in the States - and one of the trees were decorated with footballs! (Plastic, half-size - but very realistic and weird looking). So a nice small baseball ornament - why not?
Wow, I read the title after I did the puzzle. I thought it was a Christmas ornament on a tree! LOL.
I very much like how the image overlaps the frame. It feel like the "baseball" is coming right at you! Thanks so much, PJ. Good puzzle!!
Pat - it's my very old friend Powerpoint (does basic design things when ordered to).
Actually, I don't know what PP stands for, although I've seen the term used! Whatever it is, you use it superbly!
Thank you Pat for your very nice comment. So happy you enjoyed it - I do too! (You know - Kaleido + PP)
Baseball brings a lot of thoughts to mind, but I never knew that "beautiful!!!" would be one of them until I saw your creation! This is gorgeous, and it looks so seasonal (Christmas) that it's hard to believe it came from a summer game! Great one, PJ!