You know what? One of my dreams was to have green eyes like those or the ones my mother had... Unfortunately, I was born with very brown eyes ;) Well done Janice, good idea and well presented. Well done and thanks! This is green all right!
- Dawn (17650)
- [2006-11-19 5:18]
Excellent find, excellent capture, crop and composition....Well Done Janice!..
This is a beauty for your Green Theme... and of course the Green frame...
What a lovely afternoon, and evening we had..
Thanks for your company Jancie... always fun!
ouch!! Fantastic picture and presentation Jancie..and your note! well done..TFS :-) Meagan
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2006-11-19 7:06]
Good close up shot of the eye with excellent pp work. Tfs!
- mikeguevy (794)
- [2006-11-19 8:58]
green is in!
- coasties (5654)
- [2006-11-19 11:31]
Ha, ha.... Well done on this one Janice! I never saw this shot! Good compo ane well thought out. Love the note. Thanks for your company. It was, again, a great time we all had...roll on Saturday, Matakana here we come cameras blazing!
- gracious (0)
- [2006-11-19 14:24]
Excellent composition, the green eyes and green frame makes the best photo!
- Pudipie (2972)
- [2006-11-19 15:30]
Isnt it funny how many of us would have to say the same, if wee had a choice of eye colour it would be green. Mind you I would have to say I want the red hair to go with them. I have red heads among my g,children but those green eyes are beautiful.TFS
- cstathoulis (13325)
- [2006-11-19 17:28]
An interesting photo and notes! It seems like the green eye was popular in the 1600! :)
Very good PP work and presentation of one of the seven deadly sins!
Very well done
I had a great time with you all, but sadly very unhappy with my photo's unlike this beauty.... well done, love the way you have cropped it and presented this...
- scottevers7 (1185)
- [2006-11-19 22:34]
Superb idea! This is a great photo. Nice PP work here. Greatcloeup on the eye.
WOW with out reading your NOTE its amazing...
I think this should be posted for the highschool kids... great note.. and the green is amazing..
Think, Eating too much KIWIES?
- jkneze2 (140)
- [2006-11-20 5:27]
Well, wel this is something raraely seen in your gallery Janice. Well done well done indeed :))
Excellent artwork Janice and good photography to capture the detail of the eye. Nicely framed and presented in the squarish format and certainly and eye opener at 530am. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on 'Spring Display'
Just remember to have something solid for the wisteria to grow along, they do tend to twist and tighten.
I'm green with envy at your little trek around taking pictures with the girls! Sounds like a great time was had by all. Your PP work is awesome, spectacular photo!
- perryhooter (27938)
- [2006-11-23 11:04]
A very eye catching post my dear Janice (^_^).
Striking, strong post and message. Well done !
Like a graffitti , a cry or a protest against an injustice on a giant poster.
Very well tought and presented!
great idea at work here and I love the realisation, just thought I would give a psychoanalytic twist on this because there are important differences between GREED, JEALOUSY AND ENVY, that many people overlook. The following serve only as examples and are not real - just invented to illustrate them
well done J.
GREED = I WANT THE GOOD, I WANT AS MUCH OF IT AS POSSIBLE; THE HARM IT DOES TO OTHERS IS UNINTENTIONAL – I FINISH THE CHOCLATE FOR MY PLEASURE NOT TO DEPRIVE MY PARTNER.
JEALOUSY = SOMETHING IS GOOD AND I WANT IT FOR MYSELF – THE FACT THAT I MIGHT DEPRIVE MY WIFE’S LOVER OF HIS PLEASURE IS SECONDARY TO MY SECURING AN EXCLUSIVE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH HER.
ENVY = ENVY DESTORYS WHAT IS GOOD: ‘I CAN NEVER IMAGINE POSSESSING SOMETHING SO GOOD, SO I CANNOT RECOGNIZE THAT IT IS GOOD; MY INABILITY TO HAVE IT WOULD BE TOO PAINFUL, THEREFORE I MUST FIND SOME WAY OF DEVALUING IT, SPOILING IT.’
points later (ran out)
- philip (1350)
- [2006-12-08 1:10]
great shot, love the color. well done
- lele (11179)
- [2008-10-05 3:29]
ciao janice...bellissimo lavoro di desaturazione parziale..grande soggetto..ottimo pov...belli i dettagli..grande lavoro