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September 05, 2011

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Geninne

I think they are wonderful! They look like paintings!
So happy you're back :)

Kathleen

Geninne took the words out of my mouth. I was about to post that they look like paintings! :) Beautiful. A happy accident.

nicole

Welcome back. Those photos are really cool!

I've been embracing the unexpected too lately. I am writing to you from my parents house in New-Brunswick (visiting my great aunt who is ailing), and this unexpected turn of events has meant that I too have been beach-combing, taking lots of photos, spending time with my loved ones. Tomorrow I make the loooong drive home...

Have a great week (luckily, it's a short one, eh?)

Lisa at lil fish studios

They're beautiful. They have a quality about them, I can't put my finger on it. They remind me a little of looking at slides, before they're in the slide projector. I like your happy accident. xo

arounna

welcome back margie
I love them all - sometimes accidents result in something unforeseen.
I can't wait to see more photos from your trip.
xx

annri

the photos remind me of the little bits of detail that i can recall of a dream; certain parts so clear, and other parts almost drifting away. really nice to me!

tiel

they're like paintings Margie. Reminds me of Becky Blair's beach paintings infact. http://www.beckyblairartist.co.uk/display_image.asp?PaintingID=84&Mode=History

christine

YES ~ I love the way they turned out, especially the back of bekki bird :) Such a fun mistake.

Kathy

I love them. My favourite is the back of Bekki Bird.Hope you found some beach treasures!!

MissKoolAid

I think they are perfect!
Sophie

melissa

these are amazing images- they make me think of a sun-eclipse. looks like you had a great time- good luck for back-to-work!

Monica

I think they have a dreamy quality about them... don't delete them!

Cozy Memories

you were right not to delete them
it's a high quality to find good in something that first seemed like bad
these photos are extra special, for sure
loved seeing all the love birds too :)
oxoxo

Annie

Love them! Especially that second picture of the bird all alone :)

barbara

O, they look like water colours or special silk screens.
just lovely!
so glad you had a chance to walk on different shores.
can't wait to see more of what you brought home

joanie

They're quite graphic and really lovely! So wonderful to see you back. I'm sure R and D loved having you there and really appreciate all your help. Very fun that you also were able to squeeze in some beach visits too.
Jx

Jamie

I'm right there with everyone else - beautiful! Happy accident, indeed.

k

i like them very much - a wonderful, artsy feel in those happy accidents.

Rachel

Was it your daughter I saw on the CTV news one night last week talking about the wonderful pickings streetside on garbage day? Good for her!! Driving around Halifax that day and seeing all the perfectly good stuff that had been dumped by students moving out made me want to scream at our wasteful society. I hope she and her friends scored some good pieces. Glad you brought the good weather with you, thanks very much.

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