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November 20, 2009

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Nanou

Your photos and the music video are such a beautiful way to start my day ! And I love the animals in the video. Thanks to you and your daughter. Good luck for the last day of the week at work !

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The poet in you just came out again!Lovely photos!I also enjoyed the song.I didn't know this artist.Thanks for sharing!Ariadne from Greece!

frauheuberg

...a touching start into the weekend...gives wings to our thoughts...thanks for sharing this with us...a wonderful weekend for your and your family...;)...

Lisa

Soothing, contemplative, lovely... a wonderful start to the day.

Joanne

Beautiful. What a complement from your daughter for you. You are loved!

annri

one of the prettiest sunsets i've seen in a while! the reflections (yours and the sun's) provide such a nice image to ponder. thank you.

Ana

I have just discovered your blog via FRYD+DESIGN and I would like to thank you for the beauty you create and share. I am in love with your covered sea stones... I have no words to describe how happy I feel after discovering the poetry that exists in your creations...
Thanks from the Mediterranean Coast in Spain,

Ana.

thé

Hello
All these photographs are awesome and that video is also amazing.I have enjoyed this video.I like your imagination of two suns and colorful language.These photographs match with your imagination.

wynzia

I also discovered you today through the beautiful blog that is FRYD+DESIGN, by way of the inspiring Decor8. Your work amazes...thanks for sharing it. I even found my way to my own dusty little neglected blog to share about you, and about Ms. Jenn Hart's video. I intend to return here again and again.

melissa

love the way that sunlight comes through the branches like that. magical!

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Wow ! what a marvelous photographs of two sun. One is in the sky and another one is in water. It is really a wonderful picture.

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The photo which you can captured over here is one of the natural photography of two sun. It looking really very nice i like it so much. These all are great to know about it.

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