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Such wonderful A pictures everyone! Welcome NerdyBeth!
Here are my Antiques. These are several things that my Gram let me pick out to keep of hers over Christmas. I have fond memories of seeing each of these pieces around their house, growing up. Especially of the big rooster! She had several roosters and would hide chocolate Easter eggs in them and all over the house for us to find at Easter. I was always half scared to take the rooster top off to get the egg out for fear of dropping them!
Location: The state that has more antelope than people!
Originally Posted by Proud Mom
Gina - love that portrait! Did you shoot it in black and white or convert in PS? It looks wonderfully contrasty - I'd love some tips on how you shot it! And that scratchy border really compliments it!
Hi Pam! This is a door at a lawyers office in our town! I shot it in color and then turned it to B&W in Paint Shop Pro. The border and letters are also with PSP. I love the contrast of the door and brick together!
Proud mom to Andrew and Emily
Thank you, Ina
We took all the kids with us this time. My husband and I have a goal to see all the Provincial parks in Ontario. We just started camping 5 years ago, and camped in Algonquin park, now we go back there every Sept.. My favorite place to be!!