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Palm Photograph - Almost by Carolyn Marshall

Almost is a photograph by Carolyn Marshall which was uploaded on November 21st, 2011.

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So soft and delicate! v/f -Kim

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Appreciate your comment, v/f, Kim. Thanks!

Thank you, Li van. It is a palm frond. I just played with the settings in Lightroom to give it the dreamy effect.

Is it a leave, a dream or an abstract? ;) Nicely done! vote :)

Thank you, Kathy. It's such a peaceful image to me.

This is very beautiful.

Beautiful example of less is more!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Oiyee!

Okay, with a BIG RED FACE, I say "OOPS!" I must have been looking in the wrong column...had one too many coffees...was delirious...I don't know. But I incorrectly stated I had placed second place on the Less Is More contest. Good grief, it's not even over until tomorrow. Guess I better slow things down a bit. So sorry about the miscommunication.

Thank you! Sometimes simple is better. :-)

Congrats on your second place win in the Less is More contest. I love this piece.

Appreciate the "fave", John.

Thank you, Michelle, for your kind comment.

So Well Done! Great job!

Thanks, Carol. I'm having fun playing around with new settings.

So unique and pretty!

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