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    Parish church and jetted house.

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    Pushing the light and colour to different levels

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  3. #23
    prompt, prompt, prompt material!

    i hope someone is compiling a link list for NaPo.

  4. #24

    Er um not sure how l did this!

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  5. #25
    can this thread be referenced for
    NaPo prompts?
    several are awesome for micro fiction
    inspiration as well,
    but somewhere around day 15 many
    poets begin to struggle.
    beautiful!

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    Perhaps you had set your camera to HDR Mode - https://www.digitaltrends.com/photog...e-photography/
    A man in possession of a wooden spoon must be in want of a pot to stir.

  7. #27

    My tinkering, not photography, came up with the Er um results.

    I have no computer skills, but a simple photo App has got me hooked. It can turn an ordinary snap into something completely different, just by changing the light, colour and tone. Below is the original shot of the farm with oast houses.

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  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by -xXx- View Post
    can this thread be referenced for
    NaPo prompts?
    several are awesome for micro fiction
    inspiration as well,
    but somewhere around day 15 many
    poets begin to struggle.
    beautiful!
    My photos as a prompt, thatís great
    Iím off right now to celebrate

    Iíll post more pictures, just for you
    Hope inspiration flows on through

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    Snow, with a warm glow added.

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  10. #30
    love the juxtaposition!
    cold, warm, sharp, soft.
    top one could be a snowball fight plant.
    with so many frond hands,
    a few kids could find themselves
    in a sweet adventure.
    bottom one would be superb pen and ink.
    or cover art....
    jussayin'

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