Fall Thistles  

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Uploaded: 10/13/06 2:59 AM GMT
Fall Thistles
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Apophysis 2.05 beta, Photofiltre...Just some thistles from the field. I do hope you like them. Thanks!


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10/13/06 3:21 AM GMT
Very pretty Larry ! The different shades of gold are set off so wonderfully by the orange. Nicely done !
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10/13/06 3:37 AM GMT
Good job Larry, the colours are great and the lighting is fantastic.
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10/13/06 3:48 AM GMT
Yes I can see the thistles but to me it is more like Autumn fires :) Excellent work with a wonderful glow. Thank you :)
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10/13/06 4:57 AM GMT
Beautiful ... love that golden glow. A fantastic design Larry & best of luck in the contest. Excellent work!
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10/13/06 9:59 AM GMT
PERFECT entry for the contest! These colors have it goin' on! Beautiful! Good luck~!
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10/13/06 10:19 AM GMT
Such a festive warm glow Larry!! Gorgeous tones gives off just enough warmth to take the chill outta the air!!
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Picture Purrrfect . A purrrfect world is what we all want, but, seems too unobtainable. If I've viewed and commented on your post, and you liked my remarks then NO THANKS is needed...just getting to see your wonderful work is thanks enough for me!! Also BIG thanks to all who check out my work!! I appreciate any and all comments & feedback!!
10/13/06 11:38 AM GMT
What a stunning creation, Larry. The color blends and detail are beautiful!!
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10/13/06 5:45 PM GMT
Magnificently Mesmirizing!!!! Awesome job Larry. Love the trippy look. That glow is just right on!!! Thanks! ;)
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10/13/06 6:50 PM GMT
Very clean lines and work on this latest offering Larry. Really nice work.

I am hard pressed to say which of your entries I enjoy the most, as there are elements to each one that I truly like. Your choice of gradients in each ... perfect. And this flame here is no exception.

Let me add this then ... to the viewers ... you need to view this full-size to appreciate the 'depth' of the flame, as well as, the true quality of the work. Thumbnail-size is but a taste of how 'rich' this flame is.

Good luck. :o)
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10/13/06 8:39 PM GMT
I like the warm rich colors, and the beautiful light you put in it!
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10/13/06 9:27 PM GMT
Very colorful creation Larry. It shows imagination , and a flare for being quite artistic.
VERY WELL DONE, thanks for sharing, Don
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10/14/06 12:28 AM GMT
Thanks my friends! I appreciate your stopping by and leaving such nice comments. Your input is always valued with me..=)
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10/14/06 1:00 PM GMT
This is awesome Larry.. wonderful colour and EXCELLENT flamework... beautiful on the desktop.. =)
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10/14/06 2:46 PM GMT
SO-SOOOOO Rich! Absolutely another Favourite, Larry!
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10/15/06 12:14 AM GMT
Thanks Jacqueline and Anna! I really appreciate your support..=)
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10/19/06 9:43 PM GMT
beautifully rendered! super.
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10/20/06 2:04 AM GMT
Thank you Sky! I really appreciate your comments..=)
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