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Re-JUNE-venate Challenge Task #8

I scraplifted Englishrose's beautiful "Stopping by Woods" I loved it's quiet peacefulness. The more I looked at it, the more I realized how much went into it, yet the overall effect was one of tranquility. My scraplift doesn't do justice to her original, but I tried to capture at least some of its feeling. The photo is of my dgd examining grains of sand.

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This is just wonderful. Make you want to get down and see what she's finding. Your blending for the background is so nice and with the nice golden glow and greenery work to make such a peaceful feel. Great poem.

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OH my GOSH -- this is absolutely gorgeous and so serene and beautiful!

I love it's quiet simplicity -- so perfect for your lovely photo of examining grains of sand... (I also love what you did with the pic!)

I also really love your blending and the hearts hanging from the branches...

Your poem is peaceful too... Really a stunning page.

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Lovely! That's a neat poem - I remember that from my childhood books. Great job on the extraction/blending & the vines are a great accent.

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