Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Watery Wednesday

Thank you 2sweetnsaxy of Eyes Mind Heart, for hosting Watery Wednesday. If you want to post your own 'water' photos and look at others from around the globe, please click on the icon above.

Above is a combination of the following two photos. Every now and again I enjoy playing in Paint Shop Pro.

These photos were from a visit to my sister-in-law in Williamsburg, Virginia. Gregg and I took took a walk down to the James River one Thanksgiving a few years ago.

22 comments:

  1. Very cool, Denise. Every once in a while I wish I worked o a PC so I could use Paint Shop Pro.

    I'm on a Mac, ;-) And I do like to play with PhotoShop Elements, but it looks like Paint Shop Pro has some different features. NICE.

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  2. Very unique, reminds me of Thomas Kincade, Lovely.

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  3. Beautiful photos, Denise. I have PSP and Photoshop but I spend my time playing with PSP. Love the frame!

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  4. Very nice effects! Hope it's hanging on your wall.

    Williamsburg and the James River is a beautiful spot.

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  5. How cool is that! I am soooo not that imaginative.

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  6. Nice looking photography. I like the resulting work in photoshop too.

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  7. Beautiful place to have a nice stroll.

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  8. These are great shots! And I like the frame you put around the first one. Very nice!
    Thanks for participating in Watery Wednesday! :-)

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  9. Outstanding pics as always. thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

    http://reginainpictures.blogspot.com/

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  10. I just love floating around looking at such beautiful pictures. This is really nice work.

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  11. Those are nice pictures. Love them combined. I wish I had Paint Shop Pro.

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  12. Oh wow! such a beautiful and quiet place. Would be nice to go to one.

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  13. These photos look like beautiful paintings.

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  14. I love the second of the 2 photos, I like the reflections in the water.

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  15. What an elegant collection of Watery Wednesday photos.

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  16. Wonderfully watery and beautiful!
    ann

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  17. These photos are fabulous. I love what you did to them, because it really do me looks like they are natural. Cool!

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