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Can you see the parentheses? Taken on a foggy November day. Looking back.


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01/27/07 3:51 PM GMT
what a great pic, imagining sitting in a canoe with just the birds and the sound of the paddles slicing thru the water, love the effect of the fog, my favorite mood. the reflection is just right. thanks for sharing
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01/27/07 4:15 PM GMT
Saw this in New Images ... looked inviting but the title really made me curious ... clever and shameless ploy to attract visitors ... shame on you. (Why didn't I think of that idea?) But you are forgiven Hilda because it's a lovely shot ... capturing a pleasant misty mood. As for the parentheses there are several openers created by the tree limbs and their reflection on the left half ... with the closer being just right of center. Will you be needing an address to send my winning entry? LOL
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Just an old "Grampa" who still has a Kodak "Box" camera kicking around the attic ... learning and enjoying the wonders of modern digital photography.
01/27/07 4:25 PM GMT
Very nice scene, tranquil and mystifying. The lake looks very good in the fog, shows you don't have to have a nice sunny day for a great photo.
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"Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna get" Forrest Gump...kinda relates to photograghy
01/27/07 5:38 PM GMT
Took me a minute but I see them now! Pretty shot Hilda!
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WHAT IS MAN WITHOUT THE BEASTS? If all the beasts were gone, man would die from a great loneliness of the spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts, soon happens to man. All things are connected. ~Chief Seattle VISIT MY GALLERY
01/27/07 6:19 PM GMT
yes I can, great shot.
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01/27/07 9:04 PM GMT
just a great shot with a wonderful reflection on the water
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laughter is the best medicine.
01/28/07 1:30 AM GMT
Reminds me of the line, "One misty, moisty morning..." though I can't remember the rest of it. The reflections are really nice and the mist adds a bit of subtle mystery.
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
01/28/07 3:40 AM GMT
I used to think I knew the ending to the song that Cindy started, but I found out there is no such word as "cloyie" so I looked it now I remember. (I do see the parenthesis, but only the opening wait ) now I see it...I thought they had to match :)


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"We consider the artist to be a special sort of person. It is more likely that each of us is a special sort of artist." Elsa Gidlow
01/28/07 7:49 AM GMT
Wow! what a nice shot. I absoluely love the crisp reflections in the water. Great shot.
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01/28/07 10:17 AM GMT
Beautiful shot Hilda. Yes I can see the parentheses :))) Beautiful with that mist and the reflections in the water.
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01/28/07 4:20 PM GMT
Terrific capture and yes, can see the "P's". A soft and subtle feeling and wonderful reflections. Great job Hilda. Thanks.
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I'm in and out of here a lot but seem to have little time to comment. So, know that I enjoy your work and hope you have a happy day ;) Anita
01/29/07 8:24 PM GMT
Oh this is neat! I love reflections. I love fog. I love trees. I see the parentheses! Also the composition and focus. Gave it it a 10 in the VB
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"If I dream I shall be real, or really myself..." Robert Penn Warren
02/01/07 8:22 PM GMT
yes i can!
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02/05/07 3:42 AM GMT
very clear reflection for a naturally foggy shot.
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03/21/07 9:45 PM GMT
Itís beautiful Hilda, so serene and such a clever title :-)
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