Monet

Uploaded: June 28, 2006

Comments

Hal Hill June 29, 2006

Love this and all the impressionistic shots Jackie. How did you get this particular effect........ in camera or ps. Hal #474546

Jaclyn Klassen June 29, 2006

Well, these particular impressionistic photos were made with a 1 or 2 second exposure with up and down camera movement (no tripod). #2968348

Sue L. Cullumber June 30, 2006

Jackie, very pretty! Does look like a Monet!! #2970936

Navin Talwar July 04, 2006

Indeed one of your good works. Well done. #2984921

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