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Old Sep 20, 2009, 9:10 PM   #1
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Finally. The images of my photos in the gallery this month are at http://www.pbase.com/nhmom/beverly_gallery

These were taken in auto mode in between people trying to rearrange the furniture in the room. So, not the best of shots. But, at least something. I also wasn't real great about trying to clone the frames back in where there was glare on them.

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Wow, what amazing photos you've taken.

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Well, thanks, Rodney. I wouldn't consider them amazing, but they are some of my favorites.

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Thanks for posting the link Patty...all excellent images that are very worthy of being exhibited! Did you do the mounting, matting and framing yourself? They look very professional!
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Nice job taking pictures of the pictures. The gallery was a very nice example of your work and I am shure appreciated by all the Beverly residents who took the time to stop in and view them.

I enjoyed seeing them in person and it was well worth the drive to do so.

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Finally. The images of my photos in the gallery this month are at http://www.pbase.com/nhmom/beverly_gallery

These were taken in auto mode in between people trying to rearrange the furniture in the room. So, not the best of shots. But, at least something. I also wasn't real great about trying to clone the frames back in where there was glare on them.

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Some really great stuff there Patty.
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Thanks for posting the link Patty...all excellent images that are very worthy of being exhibited! Did you do the mounting, matting and framing yourself? They look very professional!
Thanks, jelpee. Yes, I did do the mounting, matting and framing. Just used stuff from Michael's. It's nice to hear they look okay. When you put something together yourself you wonder sometimes.

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Well, thank you for the compliment, Lou. And, I do appreciate all your help and opinions in setting things up.

And, thank you GW and John. Much appreciated.

They are going to get to stay up a little bit longer as I won't be home when it's time to come down. Am leaving for California on Thursday and won't be back until into October. They don't have anyone for displaying in October, so it doesn't matter if I'm late taking them out. So, my husband, who will not be going with me, is thankful he doesn't have to go down by himself and take it all down for me.

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Patty it looks like a wonderful display. We took our daughter to see UNH on Saturday, but we didn't have time to swing by Beverly. (She loved UNH, by the way.) I was very sorry to be in the general area, but not close enough to be able to stop by. Maybe your next public showing can be in Concord, or Plymouth, or better still, in Hanover! I promise, if you do a show in Hanover, I'll stop by and see it.
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