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Saturday, July 31, 2010


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The cherries look yummy! I've been enjoying alot of those this summer.

And your photos are beautiful. Love the textures!


Your photos are gorgeous!

I have been shooting pics myself to create different texture effects. I've taken shots of snow, cracking mud, stone carvings, wood siding... and then altering them in Paint Shop Pro. It's easy & it's free! :)

Enjoy those yummy cherries!!!


Sue, I honestly don't know what's yummier - your gorgeous "altered" pics OR the cherries!!! The only way to learn PSE is to play, and your results are magnificent. Can't blame you for staying away from the dreaded vacuum and duster!!! Thanks for the links. Hugs, Terri xoxo


Those are gorgeous! Oh, you are GOOD! I wouldn't even know how to begin doing this, Sue. Technology is not my friend. ;-)

Now, to answer your question about Squirrel Girl. If you look closely at the picture of her straddling the pickets, you can see her little breasts. AND I have not seen anything that looks remotely male if you know what I mean. ;-) Now I have a picutre of a he-squirrel in another tree, and you can tell it's a he because he is so arrogant. Whereas, she comes over to my tree to take naps. She's worn out. You can tell. Poor thing. She's had to do all the gathering and taking care of babies and a husband. So I just know she has to be a girl. LOL!

I have caught her napping in my tree on three different occasions. I'm going to post it at some point. It's the cutest thing you've ever seen. Her little eyes are closed in several shots, and they are half closed in others. In one, all you can see is a foot and a tail. ;-)


Sheila :-)


oh my you managed to make gorgeous cherries look even more wonderful and that's really doing something!

you inspire me and amaze me again and again Sue ... dinner may be a little late tonight ... you've got me clicking away to so many good places ... ;)


My husband bought me photoshop and i have no idea how to use it. I was going to return it, but he downloaded it without telling me. I love what these photos look like..love the texture...gives me hope to one day learn how to create such beauty.

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