Simply celebrating life
You usually can't see the woods through the trees (or something like that) and here is another one of your beautiful pictures.I keep forgetting to thank you for those e-mails, so thank you for those e-mails. You are really lovely.
Hi David, good shot again! Thank you for sharing...happy WW!
I get delicious little shivers whenever I see stunning architecture like that pictured here. Beautiful shot.
Hi DavidLooks like we have common friends...Bob the bear!This is frasypoo from This and that and this is my dogs blog
That shot would make an interesting acrylic - combination of abstract and detail. Found a crude way of producing a photo marker outside of a sophisticated watermark program.Copy the shot into Paint, select the 'clear' alphabet option for script,type on info, and then save it as Jpeg (not bitmap)?
you have a great eye! have a great day!!!
Great photo. When wordless wednesday finally gets 'round to Cali, mine will be snow filled!
This is painterly, David.Churches certainly do bring their style with them!
Challenge?? Sounds interesting...
Wow!!! That is fantastic.
My husband is the historian for our yacht club and he likes how you have the bush out of focus and the building in focus. Very well done as always David. Have a great WW. :)
love peeking through things and seeing a surprise.
Love that photo David, funny today ive taken the Post office tower in London thru trees.Been to see the Terracotta Army at the British Museum.
Such a great frame you made there. Gorgeous colours!
A strange and interesting photo with a lot of depth. Well done.
WOW thats so beautiful!Keshi.
Wow, that's a really cool photo...Good eye!
Beautiful!!! My WW will be up later - it's not Wednesday here yet. ;-)
beautiful--a great frame within a frame shot!
That's a beautiful building. They don't make them like that anymore.Happy WW!My Wordless Wednesday #9
Absolutely beautiful. Great picture, David!
I could have sworn that was a church next to Audubon Park here in New Orleans...Too much!
The depth of this photograph is astounding!
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!You never fail to impress me, David.
I really love that viewpoint!
What a beautiful shot:) Happy WW.
wow, glad I found you on ww.thanks for sharing your nice work with us.the depth is amazing.
my wwwww.manu.braveblog.comnothing like yours, but i try, i try
Great photo. Nature and religion. Powerful combination...My WW this week challenges you to take a vacation where nobody has been before! Are you interested?Happy WW,Villager
Indeed it is a wonderful view.
great shot here..I like how it looks like your peaking on that church..;0
I love the way the tree to the right of the spire is the shape of the spire but inverted. What a painterly eye is yours, David.
Fantastic shot and perspective. You must see the world with your eyes wide-open.
What a beautiful picture! I still want to hear some of your ghost stories!
What a beautiful shot; stunning.
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