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Friday, August 21, 2009


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Beauty around helps us through difficult moments - What a wonderful picture of hope and appreciation of life!


Love the background for the sculpture.

luna miranda

what a creative shot! love it!


Thanks for the visit - next week you'll be 200!

Your photo is wonderful!


Beautiful shot, - love the blue skies and the tracery.


What a great sculpture.
And a beautiful memorial.

J Bar

An interesting perspective.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Greensboro Daily Photo

I love the word tracery! Always nice for someone to type up a word that isn't used often! For those of you who are wondering, "you'll be 200" refers to what # we are on the Skywatch Friday list. Usually 350 people share photos. If I can't be a low number (1-10), I want to be on the hundred (100, 200, 300). Totally timing nothing scientific. I guess I could volunteer to host and then GDP would be #1 LOL.


Posthumous congratulations to Rusty for showing his love for the skies in a lovely way.

Sylvia Kirkwood

Beauty, hope and appreciation are the main ingredients for healing pain and I send loving thoughts to Sue. This is such a lovely photo of a delightful sculpture and a wonderful tribute to Rusty!


Kilauea Poetry

Wow..this is so very special! Thanks for this beautiful touching post- My heart goes out to Sue-


This is a beautiful photo and a lovely way to honor love.




Bill B

A touching memorial.


What an creative silhouet shot!! Perfect!

Have a nice SWF.

Linda Jacobs

This is so creative! A wonderful way to remember him.


That's a beautiful shot and I am so sorry about Rusty. He was a talented photographer and his family will be in my thoughts.

David B

Good Shot!!


Very cool!

East Gwillimbury WOW!

What a beautiful sculpture. I'm particularly fond of dragonflies.

Lee Spangler

Really neat shot. Teases the mind. I haven't been to your site for a while and scrolled down. Boy have I been missing some cool pictures. I appreciate your work and how great an ambassador you are for Greensboro


A fitting tribute to Rusty. May his memory be a blessing.

Sally in WA

Great shot.

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