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How Spring Came Photograph by Dianne  Lacourciere

How Spring Came is a photograph by Dianne Lacourciere which was uploaded on April 14th, 2013.

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Another time and place my friend, great seeing your lovely face once again, treasured work here Dianne as usual perfect processing tones and light.

Beautiful treatment Dianne l/f

Lovely image, well done l/f

What a beautiful scene! Love the texture! v

Wow, Dianne. This is an intriguing image. It reminds me of a Currier and Ives greeting card, except better. (smile). Abandoned houses are very interesting to me. It makes me wonder, who lived there and what their lives were like. This is an interesting place to walk by each day when you are walking your dog. F/V

Just gorgeous! v

Thanks Betsy for your kind words

The texture works here just perfectly, Dianne! love this delicious darkness and rural scene!

Thanks Jenny for your lovely comment.

Gorgeous image and love the treatment Dianne! v/f

Thanks Tessa for your lovely remark

You did a very nice job on this image Dianne... a fine work of art it is. :-) fv

Thanks Nick for your kind words

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