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  1. #1
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    Default April Fools Day Images

    Hi group;

    With so many of us agonizing over print competition images, I thought it might be fun to post April Fools Day images. Here is one I won a "first place blue ribbon" on. (my tongue was firmly in my cheek as I typed that ) Let's see some more. I title it "nutricious snack" .


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    Default What should I do ...

    Hi group;

    Now that spring is here, and it's warm enough, I need to do something about the studio windows. What would all of you recommend. Would you put in replacement windows or replace the glass panes and paint ? Here is a photo of one of the windows.



    APRIL FOOLS !!!

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    Nice windows, Craig... hope you don't have electric heat - I wouldn't want to pay your utility bill

    Seriously though, a photographer I used to assist took a bride into an abandoned farmhouse, just like that one. I thought he was nuts... But, the images he got through the shattered glass were incredible!
    STEFF (not StePH)

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    Ah, to live like the Italians... with extremely little to do.
    12.01.09 - Viva la Roma!

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    Are those ghosts I see in some of those windows?!!

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    Default I'll look next time ...

    Hi Anne;

    I'll be sure to look for ghosts, in the windows, my next time there.

    I like old dilapidated buildings for some senior portraits as well as old brick walls and fire escapes. It's a nice change from parks and the woods and such.

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    Here's is my studio:
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    Default Good one !!!

    Hi Roger;

    That is a good one ... exactly what I was hoping would be posted !

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    Default Wisconsin Spring Bouquet

    The garden is beautiful this spring,
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    "Because Memories Are For Generations"

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    Hey Dave, I see you have a balanced meal there with all 3 of Wisconsin's food groups-beer, brats, and cheese. I didn't know Leinies grew in the gardens up there for the picking!

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    Anne,

    About a mile northwest up Business 53 the stagger a little to the right and there it is. I have been interested in horticulture since my frat days. Hops, barley, wheat rye and corn.

    Cheers,

    "Because Memories Are For Generations"

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