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  1. #1
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    Default A trip to the marsh

    We enjoyed a beautiful spring day today and my husband and I decided to go to a local marsh to enjoy the sun and the wildlife. I took some photos while were there and I thought I'd share them here. The marsh is a delightful place with a meandering pathway a couple of bridges and lots of birds.
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    My current Xara software: XDPX9, WD9 Premium

    Good Morning Sunshine.ca | Good Morning Sunshine Online(a weekly humorous publication created with XDP and exported as a web document) | SunWings.info, Xara resource shop |
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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    Ah, man, I miss our life in the big woods--which is what your images remind me of. It still isn't the same for me and my wife driving to the woods! (Doesn't stop us though.)

    Beautiful pics, Frances. Thanks.

    Mike

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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    Nice photos Frances.thanks.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, you'll just find a whole lot of ways that don't work.

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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    Thanks Mike and Larry.

    Mike: Yes I imagine the forest here would be very similar to Oregon, except there are no redwoods here.
    My current Xara software: XDPX9, WD9 Premium

    Good Morning Sunshine.ca | Good Morning Sunshine Online(a weekly humorous publication created with XDP and exported as a web document) | SunWings.info, Xara resource shop |
    My Video Tutorials | My DropBox | Tutoring

    Autocorrect: It can be your worst enema.

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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    In early 1978, my wife, our (then) only son and I moved to the Panhandle of Idaho, up against the Montana border. A couple (relatively poor) pictures.

    The cabin being built. My wife's cousin was visiting and snapped this picture. And a couple of our oldest son and I. The black power rifle was in celebration of the 4th of July. A terribly wet year that was. And then one of Kris and I taking a break from gathering our 14 cords of wood. He was explaining something to me.

    Take care, Mike
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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    nice photos i love the last one "pigeons"
    first one is also good

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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    wow what a photos . look like old hollywood movie`s still pics

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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    Thank you Ibaddn7710

    I have to agree Mike's photos do have that look, especially the last two. It's interesting the warm tones in those old photos, I have experimented in the past with recreating that look with Xara and a modern digital photo.
    My current Xara software: XDPX9, WD9 Premium

    Good Morning Sunshine.ca | Good Morning Sunshine Online(a weekly humorous publication created with XDP and exported as a web document) | SunWings.info, Xara resource shop |
    My Video Tutorials | My DropBox | Tutoring

    Autocorrect: It can be your worst enema.

  9. #9
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    Default Re: A trip to the marsh

    one and six great! the rest are also very good

 

 

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