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Twisted Reflection Tables & Chairs Sun on Building


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06/21/05 2:23 AM GMT
Im in Minnesota too. :) thanks for your comments on my bbq kitchen heh I look around alot. it caught my eye. may go for a better one on a sunnier day. had some crazy storms this way today. where bouts are you in mn?

Welcome to Caedes by the way. you will enjoy this site and the ppl.
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06/21/05 12:28 AM GMT
Hi Kari, the school your asking about is Irondale. in New Brighten/ Mounds View.
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07/21/05 1:40 PM GMT
Thanks Kari for your comment on "Kittens" picture. Im glad you liked it..
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08/18/05 5:17 PM GMT
Tuesday night. the 16th. *smile* thanks for looking!
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09/05/05 8:18 PM GMT
Thanks a lot, Kari, for the kind comment on my first autumn shadows. Only now I will actually start to have biggest fun taking photographs, when autumn starts.
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
09/05/05 10:02 PM GMT
Hello Kari, I'm glad you enjoyed "spurst". I made it with Photoshop CS. I was working on a totally different design, but when I used the magic wand tool I came across that really artistic pattern. Then I duplicated it and inverted it and also flipped it vertically and placed it behind the original dark grey pattern. Then I placed a jet black bacground behind the white pattern and put a bright lens flare in the center to give it that explosive illusion. Finally I gave each layer a zoomed radial blur to give it that vaporized look and that the whole picture in a nut shell. The whole thing is only three layers:1st (dark grey pattern) 2nd is (white pattern) 3rd( black background with bright lens flare in the middle). Thanks again for your feedback, much appriciated.
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