Definitely worth embiggening!
Very nice wine glasses. I am learning to drink wine. You know, with um what's his name. Never drank before I met him. Innocence lost.So I can't spell--who care--it only brings memories of the man with the pants on his head. And YES!! gosh darn it! Rain, not again but STILL! MB
I really like this photo. It has a lot of charm. And we were at the Olive Garden having dinner last night as well! What did you have Lowell? Did you try their new dishes?
So simple and so stylish image you created here.
OOOOO nice shot, don't know if started in B&W, but it is definitely nice in B&W.Now I'm off to hunt down a glass of wine. Have a great evening.
Embiggening works for this one!Regarding the information you sent me, I haven't done more than look online. Not ready to do more right now.
A glass of wine sounds good right now! Really nice shot,Lowell.I am going to e-mail you about changing bits of my blog but probably not until next week. I am working on my taxes which aren't due here until midnight on Monday! Not that I procrastinate. ;-))
This photo is outstanding Lowell. Superb!!
Lowell That is a mighty fine picture and likewise it was great seeing you that Sunday at Starbucks. I know you expressed dismay about our political situation. It is a lonely feeling to realize you are one of the rare shiny grains of sand on a beach covered with clods. Is this a worse time than any other time in a worse society than any others? Perhaps we should lift two of your wine glasses fill them and discuss the issue well into the night. friendly
nice picture, i love the detail
Excellent b&w shot.
Stunning photo, Lowell.
Very, very nice.
wow Lowell, this picture is awesome, very artistic!You are skilled of photography!:)Léia
A very different shot and a very good shot too.
These are really nice! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos, Lowell!
Very artful! I like the B&W.
Fabulous shot, Lowell! Well seen, well done.
nice shot of some clean glasses ;)
Super! This is magical! But hey, wouldn't it be way more fun to turn them upright and fill them with wine?
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