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Abstract Photograph - Tentacles by David and Carol Kelly

Tentacles is a photograph by David and Carol Kelly which was uploaded on May 30th, 2014.

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Beautiful image, like a dream 👌

Beautiful

Thank you, Sergey.

Congratulations ...This wonderful artwork has been featured in " 500 Views Share Group " ...Shared...Beth

Thank you, B.

Brilliant and unique work

Thank you, Tamara.

Amazing

Thank you, Rui.

A very creative use of color in this unusual abstract, David and Carol. Gorgeous! f/l

Thanks, Ann. This was the actual color of the back of the sunflower taken with a lensbaby.

Just beautiful!

Thank you, Inge.

Such beauty!

Thank you, Tamme.

Surprisingly, the tentacles look soft and gentle and color is inviting! l/f

Thank you, Roberta.

Very nice. L/F

Thank you, Inge.

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Thank you, Christopher.

Congratulation.....your wonderful work has been featured in the 1000 Views on 1 Image Group l/f/p

Thank you, Christopher.

Wonderful image! L/F

Thank you, Marian.

Congrats on so many views!

Thank you, Renee.

A beautiful floral abstract. Who would have guessed it was a sunflower! Fooled me! f/l

Thank you, Ann. :)

Marvelous color and detail! A masterpiece if abstract simplicity and color. V/F

Thank you, Dustin.

Terrific macro capture!!!

Thank you, Sandi.

I really like it David and Carol. l/f

Thanks so much, Georgia.

Very Cool work. Love the colors! faved/liked.

Thank you, Claude.

Beautiful! So soft and soothing!

Thank you, Kim.

Very nice work

Thank you, Joaquin.

Thanks for the description! Amazing! I would have thought it was a sea creature!

Thank you, Debra. :)

Wonderful abstract work

Thank you, Mona.

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