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justa couple of grab shots (she's not too tolerant of the camera) while at the last day of the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival....very rare that we get out alone these days so it was nice to have these captures to remember it by..:smile:

intense sun
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and lots of wind
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we had a great time together
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It's an incredible experience to be married to your best friend isn't it. I feel sorry for those folks that dont have the luxury of this. There is no one else in the world I would want to share those special moments with, or even the everyday things than my wife. She really is a blessing in my life.

Nice shots. I really like the first.... she should be much more 'tolerant' of the camera though. She's a very beautiful woman and it's obvious the camera doesn't have a problem with her. :smile:

You're a VERY lucky man... :wink:
 
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It's an incredible experience to be married to your best friend isn't it. I feel sorry for those folks that dont have the luxury of this. There is no one else in the world I would want to share those special moments with, or even the everyday things than my wife. She really is a blessing in my life.

Nice shots. I really like the first.... she should be much more 'tolerant' of the camera though. She's a very beautiful woman and it's obvious the camera doesn't have a problem with her. :smile:

You're a VERY lucky man... :wink:
I agree with everything you said! I love living my life with my best friend. Patrick and I have always had a special connection, so I feel very fortunate to not only have his as my husband and father to my children, but also as my friend.

Nute, your wife is indeed lovely. We should be blessed with more photos of her more often!
 
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It's an incredible experience to be married to your best friend isn't it. I feel sorry for those folks that dont have the luxury of this. There is no one else in the world I would want to share those special moments with, or even the everyday things than my wife. She really is a blessing in my life.

Nice shots. I really like the first.... she should be much more 'tolerant' of the camera though. She's a very beautiful woman and it's obvious the camera doesn't have a problem with her. :smile:

You're a VERY lucky man... :wink:
amen Brian and thanks for the kind words
..i am severely blessed:biggrin:
 
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I agree with everything you said! I love living my life with my best friend. Patrick and I have always had a special connection, so I feel very fortunate to not only have his as my husband and father to my children, but also as my friend.

Nute, your wife is indeed lovely. We should be blessed with more photos of her more often!
ty Leigh:smile:
 
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Very beautiful Nute! I really like the wind shot.

thanks Frede, my fave too...:smile:
...btw, recent flickr pics are a bit off...slighty darker and over-sharpened, why i have no clue:eek:
 
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It's an incredible experience to be married to your best friend isn't it. I feel sorry for those folks that dont have the luxury of this. There is no one else in the world I would want to share those special moments with, or even the everyday things than my wife. She really is a blessing in my life.

Nice shots. I really like the first.... she should be much more 'tolerant' of the camera though. She's a very beautiful woman and it's obvious the camera doesn't have a problem with her. :smile:

You're a VERY lucky man... :wink:
I'll second everything Brian said.........can't say it any better!
 
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Nute, she's a very pretty woman and the camera loves her. You should show her this thread and maybe she'll 'come out' more often.

I hope you don't mind, but I took the liberty of doing some light adjustment on the photo. The sun is strong on the grass and there's not enough light on her face.
Photoshop > Layer > New Layer > Mode: Overlay > check "Fill with Overlay Neutral Colour > Brush: large and soft, opacity 10%, make sure foreground colour is white, and paint softly to put light into her face. Hit X on keyboard and again, 10% opacity, brush on grass to darken.
If you mind, I'll remove this photo. Feel free to say so.
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thanks for the kind words Sandi .....and thanks for the fix-it, very nice (wish i knew how to do that) ......;-))
 
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she doesn't know i posted her pic here..that might get me in trouble ..lol
;-))
 
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