The House with a Crooked Fence  

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Uploaded: 03/08/14 2:35 PM GMT
The House with a Crooked Fence
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It's quite a beautiful old stone house,with an equally attractive rail fence. Guess I just couldn't resist playing with it. I did give the owners some enlarged prints of the originals the next time I was out their way.


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03/08/14 2:47 PM GMT
Now this really turned out good! Not sure If I have seen this option yet, but I sure like the results you got. Do you remember what that option is called? Really cool!
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
03/08/14 3:13 PM GMT
It looks like a beautiful setting, Doug. The kind of place I wouldn't mind living...only in color. Glad to see you having fun in the editing room.
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The thing that goes the farthest, towards making life worthwhile, it costs the least and does the most, is just a pleasant smile.
03/08/14 3:44 PM GMT
Excellent manipulation ,Well done.
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03/08/14 4:00 PM GMT
Very well done, It looks like a painting, nice work Doug.
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03/08/14 5:31 PM GMT
This is a very cool treatment Doug - love the B&W.
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. . . "What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." A.J. Balfour
03/08/14 6:01 PM GMT
Wow Doug!! This is extraordinarily unique!!! I love the beveled edges in the extreme use here and B&W is very affective for this particular scene!! Most enjoyably!!
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03/08/14 6:22 PM GMT
I think the grandsons would enjoy coloring this one, Doug.
They just need some numbers.
Cool effect.


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
03/08/14 7:07 PM GMT
Cool and unique, Doug.
I love it !
Think it's very nice that you took some prints to the owners . I have found if you offer to do this people are much more comfortable allowing you to take photos ... especially if they don't know you.
Great post .
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Live Life ... like someone left the gate open .
03/08/14 9:50 PM GMT
I like your work on this, it seems to have an embossed feel to it and a dusting of charcoal. I'm sure the owners would like a printed copy. It's terrific.
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03/08/14 9:58 PM GMT
You made a nice naive art B/W painting out of it Doug. Looks very good.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
03/09/14 8:41 AM GMT
An inverted piece of conversion old mate!..good that you do the painting then show us different modes

Like Ticks suggestion!
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"Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured">
03/09/14 9:03 AM GMT
Plasteroid effect, great for this scene! Nice work Doug.
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03/12/14 12:02 AM GMT
Cool, I really like it
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♥ Skates ♥
03/13/14 5:21 AM GMT
It must have taken the better part of a week to wrap everything in plastic wrap. Great manipulation work, Doug.
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Sometimes the appropriate response to reality is to go insane. -- Philip K. Dick, Valis

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