Tiffany

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  • in reply to: December 2011 Competition Theme: Anything Goes! #20792
    Tiffany
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    This photo was taken during sunrise on a foggy morning along the Chesapeake Bay. I adore the haziness and color.
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    in reply to: November 2011 Competition Theme: Reflections #20760
    Tiffany
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    In honor of Veterans Day…
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    in reply to: October 2011 Competition Theme: Portrait #20709
    Tiffany
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    Two portraits I took of my brother. I love how they each have a completely different feel to them.

    in reply to: August 2011 Competition Theme: Circle #20594
    Tiffany
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    Below is the first of my 2 photos. It’s one of my all-time favorites! It is the underside of a vintage parasol taken at an antiques fair two months ago.
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    in reply to: July 2011 Photography Competition Theme: Loving Life #20553
    Tiffany
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    Yay! Thanks! 馃榾

    in reply to: July 2011 Photography Competition Theme: Loving Life #20547
    Tiffany
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    Carefree summers in a backyard pool!

    in reply to: June 2011 Photography Competition #20388
    Tiffany
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    I love the vibrancy of the purple and greens, but my favorite part is the reflection of the water drop in the center of the main flower.

    in reply to: May 2011 Photography Competition #20298
    Tiffany
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    This was taken two weeks ago at a unique covered bridge in Pennsylvania. It was very much off-the-beaten-path, but once I finally found it, I was able to capture some fantastic photos. I love the simplicity of this one. There was such beauty in the peeling paint and decay of the 130 year old bridge.
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