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Intermission Photograph - Concert Time Out by Ann Horn

Concert Time Out is a photograph by Ann Horn which was uploaded on August 31st, 2009.

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Thank you for your kind congratulations, Jeannie. Very much appreciated.

Ann, Congratulations on your Featured Image in Black Background and Color !

Becky, thank you for featuring Concert Time Out in the Black Background and Color group.

Barbara, thank you for featuring Concert Time Out in the MOUSE group.

Many thanks for your kind comment, Joy.

Beautiful work lv

Jim, thank you for featuring Concert Time Out in the Comfortable Art group.

Thank you for your kind words of affirmation, Aimelle. Very glad you like this. The music following intermission was most wonderful.

very nice image Ann! agree with Sean. Thank you for submitting it for 'Silence' in ww1000pics. so nice to see the silence interpreted differently, like in your beautiful image :)

Many thanks, Lynda. The second half of the program was most wonderful, as was the first... always a treat.

Evokes the expectation of sitting musicians and orchestral strains to come! Well conceived and shot, Ann!

What a wonderful orchastrated photo. It kind of takes on it's own personafication. Sean.

What a beautiful image. I love the rich brown tones!

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