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Marsanne Petty
I enjoy writing, reading, photography, history, investigating old structures and trying not to get arrested by entering said structures. I write for Skirt and for Ehow. I can be contacted at mapetty@gmail.com.


Melody Lee
I like to garden and wow people with my artistic interpretations of how flowers should be arranged. I also write for Ehow and Garden Guides. I can be contacted at annlees@gmail.com.

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Sunday, January 10, 2010

beauty means nothing if you're not loved

Creative Every Day again. I couldn't quite figure out how to do what I wanted - I wanted the mirror part of the image to be all broken and cracked, but I couldn't do it, so I made an adjustment. This is my second shot at it (out of about 30 photos). My first attempt is the lower photograph.

And, see, I told you I wasn't as pale as I looked yesterday!



4 comments:

  1. Hi Melody! Thanks for stopping by junkblossoms! I hope you'll visiti often. Especially let me see how you display your vintage jewelry. The box with the glass front would be perfect. Can't wait to see it. I see you live in FL. That's my very favorite place to live. We were in Pensacola many years. I am homesick every day for the beach. Blessings, Pat

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  2. I think you look great! Nice concept and interesting result! You are looking straight ahead but in the mirror seem to be far away in thought...

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  3. Love the effect you achieved! Ran across you on the CED list -- thought you might like to join my Mirror Mirror Challenge, drop by some time!

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  4. Oh, beautiful!! I love the reflected look in the faded mirror.

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