Friday, June 15, 2012

Foto Friday





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20 comments:

  1. I love the serenity of this picture!

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  2. this could alos be shadow shot sunday or friday fences. lovely

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  3. i agree with sandra - perfect friday's fences or shadow shot sunday pic! pretty!

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  4. A comment for the below post. Sometimes we don't get to pick our dogs they pick us and we end up with a hairy one. If one had a choice I think they would go for the tight haired little shedding variety. That is just one plus of having he Weimaraner breed the tight tiny hairs which when they do fall out are very hard to see. No brushing is done to them.

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  5. Hi Inger, I love this shot,was it taken at that Zen place you went to one day?? Have a fantastic weekend! xoxo

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  6. I love this Inger! Very pretty!!

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  7. Lovely,I wish I was there. I just noticed you have an award free blog.I passed an award to you on my blog but no worries I just wanted you to know the sentiment is there for my enjoyment of your blog.

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  8. Thank you so much for your comments and for thinking of me with an award. I did receive awards in the past and I am so grateful for all of them. But after my hubby retired and moved up here, I just haven't had time to respond properly. But thank you so much for thinking of me, Anne Mackle, I am glad you are enjoying my blog. Liesl, yes, this was taken at the Zen place.
    TexWis Girl and Sandra, I'm glad you thought this would work for those two blog hops, but mostly fences around here are of the barbed wire kind. We do have shadows though. For this shot, I never saw the shadows until I developed it, so it is another one of my purely accidental photos that turned out really well. Which gives me an idea to go look for more in my archives.
    Nan and Gracie, I mean Bobbi, you guys are so right about the dogs we do find or who find us and I would never change them ever. I just gave Samson some of his own complaining ways back. And it was meant to be funny!

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  9. Vilken läcker bild Inger! Skuggorna är ju fantastiska man ser ju inte dem annars. VI har haft en fin kväll men fick gå in då knotten var en plåga. Sverige spelar mot England. Vovvarna sover redan i soffan. Hundkurs hela helgen med Vilja. Jag tar henne då hon är mest bångstyrig av de små :-)

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  10. I love this photo - and the shadows :)
    Have a lovely Weekend!

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  11. The ferminator is just a comb. No batteries or other fancy stuff. It does a great job with Sedona's undercoat. It's not as effective on our lab -- I think its better for long haired dogs like your Samson.

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  12. Good catch with that photo, Inger. Shadow photo opportunities don't last long.

    Thanks for the info and for dropping by my blog. I liked your suggestion about a starry night background.

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  13. Bridges are so meaningful to me--this bridge is perfect.

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  14. Excellent capture with the shadow and light at play!

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  15. A great shot caught at the perfect moment!!

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  16. Wonderful picture. Great use of lighting and shade.

    Since you live some distance from Bear, can we call that "a bridge too far"?

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  17. Gives so many differenct perspectives...great shot.

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  18. Dear Inger, I find this photograph of the foot bridge both serene and evocative. Lovely. Thank you. Peace.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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