Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Thoughtless Thursday


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  1. As always, I love your picture!!

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  2. oh this is a gorgeous shot!

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  3. I love a country road shot...always

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  4. You have such a beautiful eye!

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  5. Now that is a straight fence line...My hubby would never me let show the one he put up...He's no farm hand.

    Have a great weekend! xo

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  6. Focus as a way of showing details!

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  7. It just goes on and on and on- great shot!

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  8. I am just amazed at how beautiful you can make an ordinary thing look!

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  9. Reminds me of the song by the Who "I Can See For Miles"

    I know you've deceived me, now here's a surprise
    I know that you have 'cause there's magic in my eyes

    I can see for miles and miles and miles and miles and miles
    Oh yeah

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  10. The perspective is great, the light is even better.

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  11. I really look forward to your thoughtless Thursdays and am never disappointed.

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  12. Somewhere the fence becomes a gate.


    Please have a good Friday.

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  13. Fabulous depth and pov Michelle!

    Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week!

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  14. I am loving this one! Happy Thursday to you.

    Velva

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  15. Your photos are always wonderful!

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  16. Love the many things this evokes.
    Hugs,
    Laura

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  17. I love this photo! The DoF, light and your perspective here is awesome. It also makes me wanna hum this song ~ Makes me wanna take a back road makes, me wanna take the long way home and put a little gravel in my travel..... :)

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  18. Such a skillful photo, Michelle. I love it.

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  19. Nice shot. I like the perspective.

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  20. So many elements in this shot, love the light, color and point of view! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #32.

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  21. Great shot. The perspective is great.

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