I must admit that I truly LOVE this photo sent to me by my friend. He took this in the Marshfield, Wi. area with his iPhone early one morning. There is something wonderful about the silos against the gorgeous sunrise!
I always wanted to draw and paint. However the gift was not for me to have. Through the use of free photo editing programs, once in awhile I can ‘create’….perhaps still not what I envision but sometimes something besides the actual photograph. The original photos came to me from my friend Angie in Devon, England who graciously allows me to take her photos and create something out of them. Anyway, hope you like the colors etc 🙂
I am not a huge art fan but love VanGogh and Monet. When I received these photos I thought of Monet!
I don’t know what these are but they are huge! I would not mind seeing this in person
My favorite photo in this bunch. I love the light post and the rocks surrounding all the beautiful plants!
I’m not one who ever looked up at clouds and saw pictures in them. When I saw these photos taken by my friend with his iPhone, I couldn’t help but see things in them. Photos taken in north central Wisconsin
When I saw this photo I couldn’t help but think of the movie ‘Fantasia’. For some reason I saw these clouds dancing in the air to music 🙂
This is the great storm cloud monster. Halfway up on the right side it appears that there are two sinister eyes looking down from this impressive storm.
Last is this gorgeous cloud photo. I see a feathery heart shape. What do you see in these clouds?
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These photos say, ‘England’ to me. The gorgeous countryside and the sheep are so beautiful and relaxing to look at. Our thanks to our friend, Angie in Devon England for taking these for us! These were taken near Teignmouth at a farm.
I love sheep in the pasture….wouldn’t mind having this myself to tend
Happy sheep….they even have lovely water in the background!
I see myself in a comfy chair just sitting and relaxing in this setting
This is my favorite photo….just love the sheep, the gate and even the bird!
Thanks to my friend Angie in Devon, England for sharing her photos with me! I can’t believe she found the Loch Ness Swan in England of all places! She must have migrated south for the winter as Scotland can be a might cold!
Angie’s trip started out quite normal. Here is a lovely single black swan.
Walking along, Angie saw these two black swans practicing synchronized dunking
All of a sudden, she stopped dead in her tracks. There before her very eyes was the Loch Ness Swan! She snapped this incredible photo quickly before Nessie Swan disappeared. Is this incredible or what?