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Great robiuk 2008-07-29 13:35

Hi Ebbe,
You confused me with that grey frame - now I'm not sure if
the image lacks contrast or not...
Pity that pair of orange scissors (?) wasn't further
right, so you can crop the frame off from the left, right
to the edge of the ad-board.
But I like what appears to be pink crocks on the keeper...
Robi

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Old 07-29-2008, 08:49 PM
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Thanks for that clue. I have spent a lot of time wondering why she threw two carrots on the ground. I had concluded that they at least did not grow there.

As for the contrast - I am not happy about how my editting turned out. I can only blame my impations for not waiting until the afternoon. When I editted this I had the sunny almost in my face and a big splash of sunlight across the desk by the computer. Hopeless light to work with. But maybe the original is too dull, I had to tweak it quite a bit, it is taken in the shadow of the bridge above.
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Old 07-29-2008, 10:08 PM
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Ebbe,
I have days like that... then I wonder if it is my patience or if I chose a wrong photo for editing... LOL!!!
Like my latest post...I think if I had a whole week to edit it in peace, I would still not be satisfied at the end. Probably a wrong photo...
LOL!!!
Good to see you back and posting!
Cheers,
Robi
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