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Blind Photograph - Blind Shadows Abstract I by Kirsten Giving

Blind Shadows Abstract I is a photograph by Kirsten Giving which was uploaded on June 6th, 2012.

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Hello Lenore! Thank you so much for featuring this image of mine in the Old Masters Photography group. I am pleased and honored that you chose it. Kirsten

Stunning abstract, Kirsten. f/v ;-)

Kirsten Giving replied:

Hello Theresa! Thanks so much, and for the f/v too. Kirsten

art is where you find/make it...real imaginative...all we need to do is really look...the way you have...thanks ,Kirsten!....v

Kirsten Giving replied:

Hello Jim! Thank you for viewing my image. I do agree with what you say. I happened to glance at the blinds and saw those shadows and said to myself "Self, shoot it!" Thanks for the v too. Kirsten

Absolutely stunning and outstanding. Bravo!!!! v/f

Kirsten Giving replied:

Hello Lenore! What a great compliment; thank you ever so much, and for the f/v too. Kirsten

Nice :D

Kirsten Giving replied:

Hello Martin! Thank you so much. This was a fun experiment for me. Kirsten