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This has probably been one of my favorite themes thus far. Creating images with dramatic lighting has definitely brought back some sparks for me. Please continue through the circle and visit Lisa Rappa’s dramatic light work here.

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  • these images are beautiful! i love the mood and tone you captured with your use of dramatic light. i’m especially impressed with your use of hard light! i struggle to come up with good images using hard light. you make it seem effortless! but i am especially drawn to the image of the woman’s bare back. love the lines and soft tones. she looks gorgeous!
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  • Judy

    Wow Andrea! So many beautiful images. My favorite is the woman’s back. My eye is just drawn to it!ReplyCancel

  • DawneC

    What a beautiful set of images… fantastic job! You really rocked this challenge!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea, that second image of the woman’s back is portfolio-worthy… simply stunning work. This genre is a strength for you. The image of the girl with the cup (next to the back) looks like it’s from the late 1800s. Great job on these!!!ReplyCancel

  • Way to knock this challenge out of the park! Beautiful set 🙂 congrats!ReplyCancel

  • These are all gorgeous Andrea!! My favorites are the fist and second. Your use of light, lines, and shadows in the first is just gorgeous, and the black and white of the bare back is just stunning!ReplyCancel

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The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings. ~Robert Louis Stevenson Please continue through the circle and visit Misty’s Every Day Moments here. And, congrats, ladies for making it through the year!

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Lately, my big girl has been my muse. Oh, how she tolerates my infrequent wishes. Here’s a little something spooky for this past month’s theme. Please continue through the circle and visit Lisa Rappa’s spooky treats here.

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  • Judy

    Love that first one ! it jumps right out at you! The second is very clever! What a great old stump for a ghost 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Your daughter has the most beautiful eyes- the tones in the first are so pretty, and I love the framing of the web. I love your conversion in the second! That one is very spooky!ReplyCancel

  • Great job, Andrea! I especially love the first image… using the cobweby stuff was a brilliant choice.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Great images Andrea! Your daughters eyes are stunning and I love that spiderweb stuff you used! And that old tree is just spooky all on it’s own!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh that first image is really striking! Fabulous work!ReplyCancel

  • LIsa

    Love the cobwebs too! Great colors in that first shot…nice work!ReplyCancel

  • Dawne

    LOVE these! My favorite is the first shot! Great capture!ReplyCancel