Simply Loved

© Laura E. Swan

Simply Loved

Laura E. Swan Student 2/12/2011 12:33:27 PM

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Monnie Ryan 2/12/2011 1:18:58 PM

Love how it turned out, Laura -- outstanding! #9236246

John Connolly 2/12/2011 1:26:54 PM

Thanks for sharing this scene with us Laura, I have never been in a Teepee, so this is a real education for me! You did a great job with this one! #9236264

Tammy Espino 2/12/2011 2:14:19 PM

I was going to say what John did , so I will I Have never seen the inside of a teepee before!! A wonderful capture and great treatment you used :) #9236367

Christine R. Lobsinger 2/12/2011 3:41:12 PM

Sis, this is great! Love your treatment- the frac filter.
Cool!
Nicely done!
Christine
Smiling #9236450

Kitty R. Rodehorst-Hanna 2/12/2011 5:23:25 PM

Fabulous image, NL! GREAT colors, composition and effects! :-) NN #9236582

Wm Nosal 2/12/2011 5:24:18 PM

Great Image, Laura!
It Could Get Realy Hot Up There For The Baby #9236583

Kirsten Kiki Kjaer 2/13/2011 1:41:56 PM

The TeePee is a wonderful residence and you've captured the warmth and comfort of it here.
Beautiful work and image, MSSSLala.
#9238305

Laura E. Swan 2/13/2011 5:47:12 PM

Thank You So Much Monnie, John, Tammers, Chrissy, NN Kitty, Wm and SSSKiki!!!

TeePee's are really cool, in fact you guys, SSSKiki and I were in a real one together at HERITAGE PARK, CALGARY (Right Sis???) and it had a fire going in it!!! YES IT WAS HOT IN THERE!!! ANY poor baby could have really overheated as the heat even had our feet warm! It was consuming heat.

At the top ANY real TeePee there is a way to pull back the flap of animal skin or thick tarp with a rope to regulate the heat however.. Like an exhaust pipe or chimney if you will.

Very engenious invention.

Thank You All For The Visit!

-Laura :) #9238748

Rita Hill 2/13/2011 6:31:25 PM

Wow, this is so cool! Great information and photograph. Well done Laura. #9238833

Patrick Rouzes 2/13/2011 7:17:34 PM

Your colors, tones, lighting, clarity, & treatment make for a winning image here, Laura! Exceptional work, indeed! #9238909

Stephen Zacker 2/14/2011 4:01:34 AM

Those were the days :-) Great shot and history #9239314

Stan Kwasniowski 2/16/2011 9:35:39 PM

Laura, wonderful image.

I have been in a tepee when it is 80f outside and inside with the bottoms slightly rolled up for ventilation, cool and just comfortable. I was amazed #9245863

Dick W. Wyatt 2/16/2011 11:52:54 PM

Great work Laura. #9245890

Laura E. Swan 2/25/2011 6:30:30 PM

Thank You Rita, Paddy, Steve, Stan and Dick!

The Native Indians really were and are so resorceful. I so enjoyed learning more about their culture!!!

Thanks everyone!!! :)

-Laura #9262254

Tiia Vissak 2/27/2011 8:40:38 AM

cool colors & effects! #9264351

JO ANN CLEVELAND 1/10/2013 8:21:36 AM

Wowwwww....what a beauty Laura, I love it! I lost my fractalius when I got a new computer...boo hoo!

jo ann c. #10508254

Laura E. Swan 1/10/2013 9:58:17 AM

Hi Tiia! Hi Jo Ann!

So did I, Jo Ann. I have been without my fract. filter for a long while (since the new lap top) but I still have it to install. Just having a hard time figuring out how. It was too long ago. :((( This is a re-entry!!

Thanks lots ladies!!!

-Laura :D #10508327

John Connolly 1/10/2013 12:52:24 PM

Nice work here Sister Swanee! I hope your rework grabs the judges attention this time! #10508569

Emile Abbott 1/12/2013 12:56:09 PM

Nice DD work Laura and hope you get your Frac filter loaded on you new PC. #10511769

Laura E. Swan 1/12/2013 1:08:13 PM

Thank you gentlemen! :D

-Swanee Lou :D #10511800

Mary K. Robison 1/13/2013 8:51:29 PM

Great choice for a re-submit, Pom!
Sorry about the current unavailability of your Frac. filter. You work such magic with its many variations. Best of luck "getting with the program". #10513992

Douglas Perry 1/15/2013 7:04:52 AM

Cool image Miss Rose #10516176

Terry Cervi 1/15/2013 8:44:13 PM

I love your treatment on this fantastic shot, LaLa!! Very cool work! #10517191

Laura E. Swan 1/15/2013 8:48:14 PM

Hi BP Family :) Lets all get inside here and stay warm and cozy! It's chilly out!

Thanks for each visit and comment! :D

-Miss Rosy Lala Pom :D #10517196


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Description

In The Days of Old
Fires Would Burn In The Family TeePee's
Of The Native Indians On Cold Winter Nights.
The Warm Heat Would Rise To The Top Keeping Their Precious Little Babies Toasty And
Safe And Warm.

Having The Child's Hammock Higher Up Also Kept The Baby Out of Dangers Way From Animals In The Night.

Original Image Taken At:
"BUFFALO HEAD SMASHED IN"
ALBERTA, CANADA.

Summer 2010

I will include the image BEFORE DDR for those of you who like to look.

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Fractalius Filter Applied. (DDR)
TV 1/60, AV 3.5 ISO 800. 1
100810


Exif: F Number: 3.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/600 seconds, Flash: fired, auto mode, return light detected, ISO: 800, Model: NIKON D90

Uploaded on 2/12/2011 12:32:42 PM

Made With

Camera: Nikon D90 Digital SLR Camera

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