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oh, velma. stunning! your eyes are amazing.
The ladies make me smile; they look so wild and woolly! I am about to learn mono-printing; I need to remember the lines of the trees and rushes above the water...
beautiful light, fantastic photos. Did you get to school on time??
aimee, i have the BEST commute!margaret, YAY for monoprinting and you. those ladies, sometimes i see real differences from farmer to farmerjean, yep. i leave early!
beg to differ. that's not a commute but a blessing
How lovely those reeds are , and that light ... Just beautiful!
we're so lucky...every day...more stunning pages ~ from your life's book. hey, i wanna meet our corn ladies in person, someday.
Breath--- taking. Lovely. xox
love the colours of sense of place
neki, ok, you win!cs, yes, thank youtherese, they will dance with you when you comecorrine, thank you!mo, i am grounded here in htis landscape
Hi V - loved the I'm,ages on FB - but even more in your post - such tender light in the early morning - just caresses everything - not to harsh to show flaws and soft to give soft reflections. Go well. B
no people, ahhhhh
barry, thank you. i know you are a morning walker and seerjude, a car went by...with a driver from school! later "was that you photographing?"
I just stole another handful of pictures and will send a proper tithe along when I have finished this batch. I love the way you see your commute. Come visit me here sometime, and I will show you mine.
lee, temptress! (does it involve horses?) yes, enjoy these.
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