Tangled up in Blue

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    To those who asked, thank you, yes, I'm doing very well. I took a long break while I was moving and looking for a new home. I was "homeless" for a couple of months, but now I am mortgage-free and living in a very nice home with my sister, so semi-retirement is a lot easier. I am quite busy with family and looking after two of my grandkids, as well as relaxing and still doing some renos. It was good to take the break. I was uninspired for a while, but I made some good sales the past couple of months,so - waterdrops it is! This is what sells for me, so you will be seeing a lot of these in the next while as long as I can keep inspired and come up with new stuff. I don't return comments as frequently as I used to. I don't have as much time as before.
    Thank you so much for your support, even when I wasn't around much. Your kindness is appreciated and I have made some treasured friends here.

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    1. *Corrie* 39 months ago | reply

      Hey, Dan. I use a small aquarium and on the inside at the back I have taped some black plastic. This does most of it. Then I sometimes use the clone tool if it's not too bad and touch up a few areas, but mostly there are shadows and I choose a dark, clean area and use the paintbrush to go over the background. Sometimes it's a lot of work.

    2. Lisa-S 39 months ago | reply

      This is so cool.

    3. TroutBum51 39 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the info, regardless of your post-processing this is really something to be proud of....

    4. Eagle's eyes 39 months ago | reply

      Beautiful moment of control, and the other shape the United States!
      Is to stick!

    5. L.Javier 39 months ago | reply

      It's incredible~!

    6. Paulos75 39 months ago | reply

      That's all sorts of weird and wonderful.

    7. wjpostma 39 months ago | reply

      Your choice is really full of colors!!!
      Seen in MY COLORS! (Invited Only)

    8. Capricorn45rbjd 39 months ago | reply

      Your choice is really full of colors!!!
      Seen in MY COLORS! (Invited Only)

    9. ATrenado 39 months ago | reply

      Hermoso trabajo.

    10. shotzy 39 months ago | reply

      Fabulous colours and entwined flows.

    11. Koko Nut 39 months ago | reply

      glad to hear life is doing right by you. keep it up!

    12. Picture Zealot 39 months ago | reply

      I would love to know where and how you sell your photographs.

      I've been following these for quite some time and love to see how the evolve and you come up with new things. you're never stagnant.
      Jeff

    13. Lynn McFulton 39 months ago | reply

      Another fantastic shot, Corrie. I'm glad you are doing well - and that you are having success. Well deserved.

    14. paragon_st 39 months ago | reply

      amazing, as always. Orange & Blue >> Fl Gator colors to celebrate Tebow? Probably not.

    15. *Corrie* 39 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Jeff. I'm not sure where they get them from. I think exposure on here, 500px, my website and my SmugMug site. Then I get an email asking for images and an email interview for an article. Magazines pay well. I don't sell many personal prints, though. Lately, I sold to EOS Magazine from England, which is out now, next month a big feature in Nature*Kosmos from Germany, an article in the Sun in Boca Raton, U.S. and another in Ripley's to come out in the fall. Also a few online articles. Mail on Sunday in the UK as well.

    16. Shomirroy 39 months ago | reply

      Amazing as usual!
      You a Dylan fan?

    17. Mike D80 39 months ago | reply

      Incredible! I know im inspired!

    18. Trevor Durity 39 months ago | reply

      Wow Corrie. That is superb. Thanks for sharing.

    19. Gemma~A Passionate Photographer 39 months ago | reply

      Excellent sculpture, colours and light Corrie.

      P.S. Thank you.......

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