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    A tree on a river in PA.

    Taken last year in PA.

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    cool! Love how you do that to shot!
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    Interesting...looks like one of
    those paint-by-the-numbers
    paintings....neat effect!
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    Great shot Zacky! The water looks like glass!
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    thanks guys... Yes Peter it does but to me it looks like a water color / oils mix or something like that.. lol
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    Nice on Craig, love the painting effect you did to it. Looks like a quality Gouache painting, Gouache is an opaque watercolor and used a lot in posters and graphic design.
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    Thanks Sandy... I think, as soon as i go look up "Gouache" lol

    ( i kid, I kid, besides you already sent me the meaning..thanks!!)
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