Happy Wednesday, Readers and Photo Viewers!
The proverbial light leading to the weekend is officially visible at the end of the proverbial tunnel. Proverbially speaking, of course.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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18 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 74”
Not a bad photo at all, I love the effect you have used around the photo, well done. 🙂
Hello Mags, and thank you. I try not to go overboard with the ‘special effects’. I am happy to know you liked the photo.
Great concept, Lenore! Your photo looks like the end of our driveway; there is a header on each side where the rain runs through the culvert. Blessings – Maxi
Thank you, Maxi. The tunnel runs under our street. The boys love playing by the creek. They also love watching the water run down to the creek. Blessings to you.
Just like you. 🙂
Your photo hints at church to me.
BTW, your fab entry in The Jacket writing competition is now up on my blog. Check it out, and thanks so much for playing along. http://pegoleg.wordpress.com/
ACK! I’m officially a published writer.*
Interesting comment about the photo, Peg. I like it.
*Officially published does not mean ‘officially published’. No publications were created (or harmed).
Love it. Reflection-reflection.
Thank you, Steve.
It looks really beautiful, each time someone captures the reflection. And you did it really beautifully Lenore. Great capture.
Thanks Arindam. I am a sucker for reflective pictures. Glad you liked it.
And to that I say …. AMEN SISTAH!
Excellent, MJ! You leave ‘rockin’ comments!! 🙂
hee hee 🙂
The reflections are amazing on this!
Thank you, Patti. Nature is there for the viewing. 🙂
Very nicely done, Ms. D…
I really like all the depth in it… really pulls your eye in, I would say!
I like how you’ve treated your processing, too… just enough there to pass along the idea… not overpower the image with it…