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Posted for Green Monday meme

23 comments:

  1. wow! this is a pretty nice shot! visiting from Green Monday!

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  2. this is awesome.. love it much.. !

    Visiting from Green Monday, hope you can visit back Green Home Elements

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  3. I see a World Cup star in the making!!!

    My Mellow Yellow Post is in celebration of the 4th of July and is a poem of mine!

    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/07/happy-4th-of-july-home-to-usa-july-4.html

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  4. @Vrinda 1. Take multiple shots without moving the camera(use a tripod)
    2. Put the photos together in Photoshop(different layers)
    3. Use the eraser to remove the overlapping areas
    Tip: Choose the blend option of the top layer to “Overlay” to identify the overlap
    4. Change the blending to normal
    5. Flatten the image and Save.
    Done :)

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  5. stupendous! Love the colors.

    http://www.nycsinglemom.com/2011/07/05/boteros-adam-and-eve-wordless-wednesday-wlinky/

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  6. love the effect...even if it sounds like a ton of work!

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  7. Great job!

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  8. Super cool! That's a lot of fun!

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2011/07/wordless-wednesday-in-dog-house.html

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  9. very cool photo! Love how the green really catches the eye

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  10. At first I really thought there was 3 of them! Stopping by from Project Alicia's...really cool photography!

    Cool Bean Mommas

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  11. Very cool!

    Have a great Wednesday!
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/07/taking-over-the-farmland/

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  12. Passing by from WW…didn’t have enough time to finish seeing everyone’s pictures! Very neat. Love it

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