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January 18, 2011

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shibori girl

Beautiful photos, Stephanie, and so intriguing. I find myself looking at them very hard to try to figure out what the subjects were. So far, no luck. :)

Kate

glorv1

Great photos! I always love the pictures you take. To me it looks like yarn, yarn of ecstacy? Very nice Stephanie.:)

eb

warm
and beautiful...

xox - eb.

L Marsh

Ah yes. Noticing. Lovely!

xo

annie

It's the little things that make life worth it. The little details that bring joy and wonder.

linda@limein the coconut

I am convinced your eyes and brain are from a whole different universe. A beautiful one at that!

Moe

Oh my goodness ... such luscious textures! A feast for my eyes.

somepinkflowers

ohohohoho...
yes
yes
yes

this is how i feel
when i get on the ground
and photograph
my forever~popping up
mushrooms
& toadstoolies....

:-)

there
is entire world in there...

i
just
know
it


Meri

Ah - the simplicity, richness, and surprise of detail.

Vicki in Michigan

Love the dog hairs on the coral.....

:-)

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