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    A few more pictures

    If you're interested???

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    I'll Play






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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyfi View Post
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    Glad to hear that! I love to see other peoples pictures!

    What is that second picture of? I really like all the colors.
    Last edited by StevenSurprenant; 11-29-2012 at 10:09 AM.

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    Yay! I can see pictures! Love the new VB upgrade. I have some pics that I can post, but I can't do it from work.

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    That is some of Chihuly's glass. We had a nice display of his art at the Columbus Museum of Art and at the Franklin Park Conservatory. At the Conservatory his glass was displayed among the plants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMichael View Post
    That is some of Chihuly's glass. We had a nice display of his art at the Columbus Museum of Art and at the Franklin Park Conservatory. At the Conservatory his glass was displayed among the plants.
    It is the ceiling of the glass bridge outside of the Glass Museum in Tacoma and called Sea Form. That is just one small section of the overall bridge. Next to that are glassed in shelves with 60 or so large vases of all shapes and colors.

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    Hyfi, I loved the glass so I tweaked it a bit. I hope you don't mind.

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    It really is a thing of beauty. I realize that your photo is more accurate, but this looks really good on my monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenSurprenant View Post
    Hyfi, I loved the glass so I tweaked it a bit. I hope you don't mind.

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    It really is a thing of beauty. I realize that your photo is more accurate, but this looks really good on my monitor.
    No problem, i have more

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    This is from 4th of july on a small boat near Point Pleasant NJ, which is what caused the swirling action. Hand held in Fireworks mode on Cannon G11


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    Here's another one folks might enjoy...

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    I will have to post my pictures of the glass bridge at the Franklin Park Conservatory. I went to the display with a woman friend of mine. We walked outside and in the water she exclaimed "Chihuly's Balls" and when I said "Oh the artist is here" and I received a smack.
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    LOL, she must have misunderstood! Righttttt?

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