The Journey


When I look at these photographs I get the feeling of doors opening.  At the end of summer I became a contributor to the Somewhat Simple Team. "Speak of doors opening ..."  My first edition in the Photoshop Basics Series publishes this Friday!  I'm stepping back over 10+ years of working in Photoshop to teach the basics.  I'll likely learn something new too! I would love for you to check it out and leave some feedback. I'll be sure to share a link here once it publishes. I'll leave you with one my favorite quotes:
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined."

open doors



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24 comments :

  1. That gate is so cool. And I love the quote!

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  2. Oh I love that gate!!

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  3. Gorgeous photos! I love that old rusty gate with the two birds in the background! :)
    Congratulations on becoming a contributor! I am looking forward to checking out your first edition!!
    Thanks for introducing that site to me as well!! Looking forward to poking around and learning some new things over there!!

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    1. Thanks Tish, I was so lucky the birds didn't fly away with my lurking near by LOL! Somewhat Simple is a great resource for so many things, happy to introduce you ;)

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  4. What pretty shots - I love the barn!

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  5. Love love love your photos and congratulations. B

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  6. That's a great quote!!!
    I really love your pictures, especially the gate. Such a lovely country scene. :)

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  7. Stunning!

    Popped in from llol Wordless Wednesday.

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  8. Oh my goodness- that fence is fantastic!

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  9. Lovely photos!! I love everything from the out in the country. I'm just beginning to learn Photoshop. I've used Pixelmator for a long time but needed Photoshop for a small detail I need for a music magazine I do the layout for. So now when I restored my computer I didn't even install Pixelmator, it's time to learn to use that Photoshop beast.

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    1. Great way to turn a negative into a positive Susanne!

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  10. I can think of no better person to teach Photoshop, Kristy. Your images are always so lovely.

    Thanks so much for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week. xo

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    1. Nancy,
      That is just about the nicest thing anyone can say.
      Thank You

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  11. I second that motion...the gate and the quote...lovely lovely!!So happy for you that doors are opening up! YOU DESERVE IT.
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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  12. Oh my! That gate shot is fabulous! Joining you from Long Road to China.

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  13. realmente preciosas las imágenes!! Saludos.

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  14. I love the old gate and saying, too. Love the soft pastel colors in both photos!

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  15. LOVE that barn, but the gate, I love it more!

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  16. Such wonderful pictures--makes me long to head down to the farm I grew up on. I'd love to have you come join my link up, also held every Friday,
    http://dosmallthingswithlove.blogspot.com/2012/09/photo-show-and-tell-link-party-6.html

    Nancy

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    1. Thanks for the invite Nancy, just linked up!

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  17. I agree with Nancy, you will do great with the classes!
    This is so beautiful, always love barn shots, and this fence reminds me of my childhood.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Lori

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  18. Gorgeous photos! That's one of my favorite quotes as well. I'm a new follower... looking forward to reading your photoshop basics series!

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