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Old Feb 25, 2013, 11:23 PM   #11
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Beautiful image. Very nice photo, and very nice post processing.
Thanks. I am thankful for yours and other's kind comments. First time I really use Topaz ReMask
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Old Feb 26, 2013, 5:28 PM   #12
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Old Feb 26, 2013, 10:39 PM   #13
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Thänks Patty and Harriet! Harriet, "certified copy and translation of your Danish marriage certificate"???
Where else would a member of the US Army go to marry a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, when both are stationed in Germany? Oh, the great times we had!
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Old Feb 28, 2013, 10:02 AM   #14
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Where else would a member of the US Army go to marry a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, when both are stationed in Germany? Oh, the great times we had!
Just curious, but where were you stationed in Germany? Do I assume correctly that your lucky husband is/was the Canadian? Hmmm, don't really know why I assumed that.
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Ned - What a lovely treatment of a very fine image - wonderful light!

Harriet - fascinating story!
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Ned this is one you should frame and hang in your home. Wonderful picture and great PP.

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Ned - What a lovely treatment of a very fine image - wonderful light!

Harriet - fascinating story!
Many thanks for looking. All the best

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Ned this is one you should frame and hang in your home. Wonderful picture and great PP.

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Appreciate your kind words, thank you!

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That's amazing
Thanks for looking. Was a lot of fun in taking and processing this shot!

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It is so easy to over do it with this sort of processing but you hit the mark. You have given a fine image the punch it needed to be a visually striking presentation, it seems I can almost see the waves move. Well done.
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