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Saturday, January 09, 2010


Mommy of two little blessings

That is GREAT! I need to learn how to play with my shudder speed and learn when it's best to change it around. *smile* Great picture! Sincerely, Mommy of two little blessings

Courtney, Jer.33:3

Happy b-day, Hannah!!
( it is your b-day, isn't it? ya'll usually do a blog post.......I'm hoping I'm right on the date....LOL! )


I love it! It looks like a painting. It would make a unique contest entry!


We, too, have a hard time getting pictures of amish buggies. First we have to make sure we don't know them (we usually do!) but then it's usually too late. What a laugh. Your buggy and horse look very different from ours. It's amazing how much the communities differ.

I would've enjoyed visiting that Rockfish Gap country store. Can't wait to see what you bought!


Hi again ~ I just looked at Hannah's Project 365 and noticed how perfectly clear her pics are...especially pic #8. My question is ~ how much of that has to do with a good camera and how much of it is know-how? Is it possible to get a $79 camera to take good shots?

I think your project 365 is going to be one of my favorite Rainy Day reads!


Wow. That is neat.

Leslie From VA


I love the effects! Will you try it again with another object to see if you can recapture the illusion?

Did you have a nice birthday?

Hello from Anna, too!


Very cool!

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