always look on the bright side of the straw

© Ursula I. Abresch

always look on the bright side of the straw

Uploaded: January 08, 2005 15:02:43

Description

drinking straws, very closeup, but focused on their far side (through the straws)

Comments

Marsha S. Smith February 19, 2005

Interesting concept, really neat image.
Congratulations on this finalist, Ursula #216975

Jennifer Rennison February 19, 2005

Very creative, wonderful colors and perspective! Congratulations on your finalist, Ursula!! #1117337

Ellen Peach level-classic February 19, 2005

Outstanding work, Ursula....congratulations to you! #1118476

Deborah Sandidge February 19, 2005

Very clever - congrats Ursula! #1118564

Wong Chek Poh February 20, 2005

Nice idea. Like the soft color. looks like a smiling face there. #1121221

Thomas F. Andersen February 21, 2005

Hi Ursula, good to see you keep being creative, as always you've got style! Very nice abstract, congratulations! #1121559

Marsha S. Smith February 21, 2005

Congratulations on your wonderful win, Ursula. #1123756

Ursula I. Abresch February 21, 2005

Thank you, Marsha, Jennifer, Ellen, Deborah, Wong, Thomas! #1124086

Deborah Sandidge February 22, 2005

Congratulations Ursula!! #1126771

Kristi A. Howson February 26, 2005

This is beautiful Ursula...love the colors. Congratulations on this winner!!!!! #1135882

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