Susan, you are so good in capturing flares. At the perfect timing, as well. I can't figure out what beach that is--somewhere in the south Orange County area? The harbor looks so nice!
Gorgeous pictures! I love the flare, the sand, the smiles and the clarity. Very well done!
Gorgeous shots! I just love the flares :)
Fantastic photos. Thanks for sharing. Love the flare too!
I always enjoy your entries. This is very sweet : )
I also love the flare - I soooo admire your talent. What a great resource, I'll be back soon!Kristin
Okay, your beautiful pictures are making me feel guilty for plucking random photos off the internet for my post. :)
Love the flare! Your boy is a cutie! Nice post.
WOW excellent shots! Totally LOVE them and yes your son is a handsome lil' man :)
I often visit your blog and come away better, having learned something or inspired to try something new. Lovely.
What a beautiful post! Seriously gorgeous pictures!
Hi Susan. Just wanted to let you know I love checking your site each week to see what you guys have been up to and how the family is.Love your photos!
Beautiful Susan! Just beautiful! I so love your work. I'm dying to know how you do the drop shadow on your mosaic. I think I can do it but it's so time consuming. Do you have (sell) an easier way?
Puna -I make all my collages with Fotofusion (Lumapix) software, and it adds it in automatically. Super simple.That said, you can achieve the same thing in Photoshop. Put the picture on a canvas. Double click on the eyeball on the layer next to your photo. On the window that opens, just click on stroke (to add a line around your photo. or not) and click on drop shadow.OR ... alternatively, if you compose your blog post with Windows Live Writer, they offer drop shadows as an easy-to-choose option.
Beautiful group of photos. I love the sun flares as well.
Beautiful photos and favorites! =)
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