Awesome ! Have a good day !
Tricia, although I don't expect you to share you secret of how you do that, it would be nice for us dummies!...:)JP
i like the warm tones you gave it. :)
I love the vintage tones - ill have to take another look when I get a chance on my computer so that I can see the mouse over!
I like that! Nice edit!
Lovely edit, Tricia!
It's the quintessential rural scene captured perfectly by you! Love the original and the edit. I think I give the edge to your processing for the golden tones. Great job!
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Now that is lovely. Remember a good magician never gives up his / her secrets. :)Beautiful
Wish I had that in my back yard.
I like both versions for differing reasons. Nice fence and farmyard shot.
Very nice- love the old tools on the side of the shed.
Lovely shot. I do like your Grandpa's pocket watch. Savor it. MB
Makes me think of pots and pans hanging on the shed....and that a cook in a wagon train is going to come out of the shed and whip up something great over an open fire. Love the wheel.
A lovely shot of the warm tones of the wood.
shadows and light make this wonderful building beautiful.
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