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What gorgeous light, Sue.
And I can see why you edited the chimney for that dazzle, but the edit has relocated to the sky. That’s what I usually do when I copy settings from photo to another and the editing ends up in an inappropriate place!
Not with you…I haven’t edited the chimney
Aaah, now I get it…it was actually a reflection in the kitchen window that I should have cloned out!
Aha! I though reflection at first but thought you were out on a street roll!
It’s perfect shape of chimney so I thought you had selected and toned down and the dragged to sky by mistake!! Ho hum, I clearly spend too much time editing 😀
Hmm, I think you do!!!
Good light on the windows. I can see why they need the blinds closed.
Best wishes, Pete.
I love the tucked in feeling of this house and the closed windows and the fall
Colors – nice for a silent Sunday kind of photo
Thanks, Yvette- I thought it suited Silent Sunday.!
it really did – and a silent one in October like this 🙂
A lovely warmth of light 🙂 🙂
It ‘spoke to me’!
Hi, Sue 🙂 🙂 🙂