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    • Thanks so much, my Friend! After taking the first shot I was supposed to match up the second and third shots with the icon as I pan across the subject. Well, instead of panning straight across I moved the camera in a waving motion without realizing the outcome. Yeah, totally dumb. I deleted some photos like this one thinking they were a total loss until I remembered they would work for the theme. I had to pull them from my back-up. LOL. I learned not to delete anything right away.

      I’m glad you like the new look!! It’s growing on me so I think I’ll keep it. I’ve been through a couple of themes, you know?!! ;-)

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  15. I haven’t tried that feature yet, but your photo looks like the kind of thing that happens to me when I try out new settings. It worked out perfect for this week’s challenge though!!

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    • Thanks Pix, I’m glad you like the photo. Was fortunate to be able to make use of a learning mistake. :-)
      The new look is growing on me so I appreciate you sharing your thoughts of it. :-)

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    • It’s a Fuji – 14 mega 10x – It’s easy for me to handle and carry around. I’m not a pro photographer so this one takes good photos for now. Thanks for the visit. :-)

  37. Aren’t you smart? Take a lemon, and make lemonade … cool blog post! I actually like the photo, so you must have done something right. ;)

  38. What an interesting photo and happy mistake. I have found that often what we consider unworthy is far more interesting and valuable than we could possibly know at the time. I’ve made many happy mistakes in my life.

    Barbara

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