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Old November 21, 2017   #61
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Really, really like both those shots, but the sheer stark image of second one is very appealing to me.
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Old November 21, 2017   #62
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Thanks.i loved the water with the reflection of the trees up above. You have to stare at it to see what it is
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Old November 22, 2017   #63
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This one kinda looks like a guy made of fire.
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Old November 22, 2017   #64
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Here's a couple of shots from a book I did on abandoned rural America/
How beautiful both are. The cabin with the 2 trees, just so stark and still so lovely.
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Old November 22, 2017   #65
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Thanks. The cover shot is of Uncle Archie's old barn and the second shot is the farm house where my mother grew up near Billings, Oklahoma.

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Old November 23, 2017   #66
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Old November 23, 2017   #67
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Great pix everyone! HTG and Carolyn k, really awesome. Leaves in the water my fave so far.
Black and White really makes the details jump out... we always love pics of pets, but seldom blown away by... mocassins.
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Old November 23, 2017   #68
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thanks. I have never taken a b/w photo before. it is amazing the details you see or don't see due to the color. my camera takes in b/w and the phone you change it to b/w.
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My old fork from the Marines I took home with me 38 years ago and it was old then.
Notice how the tines are wore down on the bottom left side noting the constant right handed use.
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This one is almost 60 yrs old.
In Ontario.

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Old November 23, 2017   #71
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Today at Thanksgiving dinner. Two of my boys is and Kevin's parents.
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What a great photo, Carolyn!
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Old November 25, 2017   #73
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Old November 25, 2017   #74
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Hey I have been to that bar before.

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Old November 25, 2017   #75
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Even door handles can be beautiful.
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