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I always enjoy your slideshows and the music you select. That is a special talent by itself! The pumpkin carvings were excellent.
Toggle Commented Nov 3, 2020 on Halloween 2020 at Open Window
Loved, loved, loved the slide show!! The music and the photos were perfect! What a year you had. I hope that you have many more excellent adventures in 2016, although without the medical events!
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2016 on Open Window's Sixth Year - 2015 at Open Window
Just fabulous!! I love them all. Eagles are just the most awesome birds.
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2014 on Gators & Eagles & Crabs ... Oh My! at Open Window
My mom has been making curried chicken salad since I was a kid and I love it. The recipe I use has water chestnuts and grapes (I use red for the color). But I like the apricot preserves and Greek yogurt idea. I'll have to try it!
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2014 on Curried Chicken Salad at Open Window
Coco, what a wonderful birthday montage for your hubby. The love you share for each other as well as for the camera lens comes through loud and clear. It made me smile the whole time! Nancy
Toggle Commented May 13, 2014 on A Birthday Homage at Open Window
All of these "events" have left me breathless and in awe. I cannot imagine how you must feel! And I hope you are enjoying being discovered every where you turn. I always enjoy your posts, sporadic or not. And maybe someday if I ever retire, I will be able to focus more on my photography. :)
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2013 on Open Window Isn't Closed It's Ajar at Open Window
I love your wave photos! I hope you sell several more :)
Awesome!! Congratulations!! Your wave photos are spectacular!
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2013 on SOLD: Wave Photo at Open Window
Awesome photo!
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2013 on A Beautiful Fall Day at Open Window
Despite the gray day, I went to the beach this afternoon around 4pm. I was surprised that there were many more interesting photo opportunities than I thought there would be. I set my Nikon D60 at ISO200 and 1600 for each picture I took. the photos taken at ISO200 had much more visual interest, especially with some of the shots with water in the foreground. The wave detail was much better with the lower ISO. The only time that ISO1600 was useful was when I got close enough to some of the seagulls that were coasting along in the wind.
Toggle Commented Mar 2, 2013 on I is for ISO at Light, Lines & Color
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