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LOL morris. It's a BYOB kinda class.
A couple pints? Where do I sign up for class????
LOL Were you thinking from Warbler/Dave's sti........... ? Thanks Suzy. : )
I read your first assignment quickly, and thought you were to bring 2 PINTS for the first class. I missed the "R". :)You will knock their socks off with any photos you bring, Chickie!
He said we can't use old photos morris. They have to be new photos taken after each class so he can see what we how we progress.You are very welcome Hanne.
Ohh, what a colour!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
I think that you should use the raindrop reflection photo.
Thank you Beekay, Dave, Li, Suzy, Laura, lyndee, Shirley, morris and aggie.The assignment is not specific Suzy. We are to bring two prints of anything for the first class and we all discuss the composition. Do not plan to use this one. Thanks : )
It does seem a little early. Very pretty though!
Awww, those pretty colours roll around again, so soon, Thanks, chickiemama.
Wow....your sumac is this red already????? We should be ahead of you but ours hasn't begun to turn yet. I'm beginning to wonder if our fall might be one of those that things just turn brown. Hope not!
Oooo...your sumac is really turning nicely, Sandy. Boy, it sure looks pretty!
Always a sight to enjoy-especially in the fall. Can you use this one for your photo class?What's your assignment this week?
ree with JiggyBelle. I'm seeing maples turning, too, and I just don't feel ready. I agree that the beauty helps! :-)
Sumac-one of the best early fall colors! Thanks
I love the fiery color this turns to in the fall. Thanks Chickie!
Thank you jc. Me too!Thank you JB and Graciela. I love Fall, but the idea of Winter following gets me down.
Great shot chickie!! I guess I have to get used to this time of the year again!!
Chickie this is gorgeous! I am getting used to the idea of fall approaching and beauty like this helps!
Beautiful, chickie! I love driving down the roads around here and seeing thick patches of sumac this time of year!