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post #31 of 45
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The Red, White and Blue


Standing Alone


That's it! And the end of my class too! Hope some of you enjoy those!
post #32 of 45
Gorgeous, Tammie! Some lovely shots.

I especially love this one...



Thank you for sharing.
post #33 of 45
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Gorgeous, Tammie! Some lovely shots.

I especially love this one...



Thank you for sharing.
Thank you! I like that one too. It would have been perfect if I could have gotten the people in the background to move! These were all taken at Temple Square where I took some of the earlier ones. I love how it looks so different just a month or so later.
post #34 of 45
Wow, those are great pictures! You are very talented
post #35 of 45
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Wow, those are great pictures! You are very talented
Thank you so much! I'm much better at landscape and closeups of still images, then I am at portraits or people.

I have a few more somewhere but I took the day off to look for a new home so I better do that! Maybe later I'll find the rest.
post #36 of 45
The birds are my favorite! How cute!!
post #37 of 45
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Gorgeous, Tammie! Some lovely shots.

I especially love this one...



Thank you for sharing.
I LOVE this one as well! They are all wonderful!
post #38 of 45
Wow, that's your view at work? I would not get my work done!
post #39 of 45
Tammie, these pictures are gorgeous
post #40 of 45
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Wow, that's your view at work? I would not get my work done!

Thanks! Yes it is my view from work! (The mountain landscape). That is basically the view from anywhere in Salt Lake, actually! You'd still get your work done.... unfortunately you begin to take the view for granite (pun intended!) and sometimes don't even see them. Then one sunny day you wake up and realize they are still there and gorgeous as ever!
post #41 of 45
They are all great, I love the spring flower ones
post #42 of 45
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Thank you! I like that one too. It would have been perfect if I could have gotten the people in the background to move! These were all taken at Temple Square where I took some of the earlier ones. I love how it looks so different just a month or so later.
Hmmm...that would also be a lovely picture, but a different one. I think there's just something about people in the picture doing their going-about-the-city-thing that adds a layer of sparkle to the vibrant life that's already there. I've been struggling for several minutes with how to express it -- and I'm not sure I've captured it yet, but...

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Thanks! Yes it is my view from work! (The mountain landscape). That is basically the view from anywhere in Salt Lake, actually! You'd still get your work done.... unfortunately you begin to take the view for granite (pun intended!) and sometimes don't even see them. Then one sunny day you wake up and realize they are still there and gorgeous as ever!
...and once more you pick your jaw up off the ground and wonder how you were so blessed as to have that around you all the time. I don't any longer have a view from my own office, but they are abundant, and we have the same tendency to take it "for granite" and then wake up.
post #43 of 45
Very nice pictures! I bet you get an A+ on those. I love good art, those pics are so CRISP and CLEAR.

Thank you for sharing.
post #44 of 45
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Here's a few more.







And this is my youngest daughter, Emily and her boyfriend, Spencer.

post #45 of 45
What a lovely couple. Also love the weeping cherries -- they are probably my favourite variety of flowering tree.
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