Monday, January 27, 2014

Photographer: Irene Suchocki-Eye Poetry


Talent excites me.

And it excites me for two reasons. It genuinely makes me so happy to witness someone else’s talent. And it also inspires something within me to tap into my own talents; learning, growing and expanding.

Creative energy is contagious.

Therefore whenever I stumble upon talent, I can’t help but want to share it with others, as I am today.

Last week I happened to discover the work of Canadian photographer, Irene Suchocki, over at Pinterest.

And when I landed on her page, the photographs literally took my breath away because they were a magical fusion of a photograph and a painting. I probably spent over 45 minutes viewing her photographs; not only on Pinterest, but also perusing Irene’s online shops. In fact, I admired her photographs so much that I created a board specifically for her on my own Pinterest page.

Here is an excerpt from Irene’s bio to give you an idea of what her photography is all about:

“In my photography I combine my love of travel and nature with a dreamlike aesthetic to create visual poems that evoke a sense of magic, delight, nostalgia and romance. I love great cities and have traveled to iconic places like Paris, New York, Venice and London. Through my photography I strive to communicate the sense of magic, delight, nostalgia and joy that I feel when I photograph a place or subject. I like to consider each of my photographs a little poem for the eyes.”

And that’s exactly what her photographs are…a poem for the eyes.

Her photographs lure you within the dreamlike images; allowing you to experience the dream for yourself.

I immediately contacted Irene to ask her if it would be okay to share her photographs on my blog and she graciously consented. Thank you, Irene!

Now I have to admit, I had a hard time picking these photographs because she has so many awesome ones to choose from. I had intended to share 10, but ended up sharing 12 because I couldn't narrow them down.

It is with great pride and excitement that I share with you the unique eye of Irene Suchocki.

And I have to say something about Canada. I have seen some of the most phenomenal talent come out of that country. Canada seems to birth and nurture a lot of creative energy.

Please enjoy these beautiful, poetic images. And dream...

 1) London, England
 2) Horses in fog, Iceland
 3) Iceland
 4) Paris, France
 5) London, England
 6) Savannah, Georgia
 7) Paris, France
 8) New York City
 9) Italy
10) Iceland
11) Spinning Wheel - Santa Cruz, California
12) Jackson Square, New Orleans

Happy Monday, y'all!

You will discover more of Irene's photography here:


70 Comments:

  1. OMG where do I start. Loved these photographs, especially the London doorway (you might know) and the New York picture, and the roundabout that took my breath away, and the perspective of Italy etc etc. See my problem? I can't choose! Irene is an amazing photographer and I thank you for sharing her work.


    You have a Pinterest page? I tried it, got in a mess, and gave up.


    Happy Monday, and the rest of the week xx

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  2. The horses! No, the door! No, no Iceland. Maybe Paris. I see what you mean Ron. They look like very wonderful paintings to me. Thank you for posting this!

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  3. They are all beautiful, but what good fortune to be able to travel to all those places and experience it in person!

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  4. Rob LenihanJanuary 27, 2014

    My goodness, Ron, these images are fantastic!


    They have a dreamlike quality to them. I'm so glad that you shared them with us.


    And you're so right-creative energy really is contagious, I'm going to make certain to look at Ms. Suchocki's Pinterest page. Take care, buddy, and have a great week!

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  5. Love the flat-iron, fabulous photo.

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  6. Oh Ron, these are all so beautiful! And I can see why you wanted to share Irene's talent. I've always wanted to go to France, so the ones of Paris made me swoon. So romantic. I also love the one of Italy and the laundry hanging out to dry. And the horses too!


    Thank you for sharing this today. I will be stopping by Irene's shops this week to see more of her work. Have a wonderful week, Ron!

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  7. Goooooood morning Valerie!

    " See my problem? I can't choose! "

    HA! I know, that's exactly what I thought when I stumbled upon Irene's work - I couldn't CHOOSE!

    "...especially the London doorway (you might know)"

    I agree! Isn't that doorway exquisite? And the one of the London street looks like a scene from a movie set back in time!

    "You have a Pinterest page? I tried it, got in a mess, and gave up."



    Yes, I started a Pinterest page about 3 months ago and love it! I'm finding it a wonderful way to discover and share things online. I don't spend a lot of time there, maybe once a week.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a lovely week!


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  8. Hey there David!

    "The horses! No, the door! No, no Iceland. Maybe Paris. I see what you mean Ron."



    HA! I know, see what I mean? It's impossible to choose a favorite because they're all faaaaaaaabulous! Such a talented lady Irene is! So glad I found her online. And glad to hear you enjoyed too!


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a super week!


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  9. Hey there Bijoux!

    "....what good fortune to be able to travel to all those places and experience it in person!"



    I know, that's exactly what I thought too! How fortunate to be able to travel to these place in person. That's one of things I would love to do, travel. Traveling to me is not only enjoyable, but also such an educational experience!


    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a FABU week!


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  10. Hey there Rob!

    Aren't they FANTASTIC? And so unique!

    Last week when I discovered Irene's work, I knew I HAD to share it with you guys and gals. Glad you enjoyed!

    "And you're so right-creative energy really is contagious, I'm going to make certain to look at Ms. Suchocki's Pinterest page."



    I always enjoy surrounding myself with people who are talented because it inspires me to try new things and expand. And yes, check her Pinterest page and other websites if you wish because I think you will really enjoy them!


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have SUPER week!


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  11. Ditto, Dale!


    LOVE the flat-iron! Faaaaaaaaabulous! It's surreal.


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a terrific week!


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  12. It must be lovely to be able to travel to other countries to take these beautiful photos. I like the door, the horses and the bridge :)

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  13. Hola Denise!

    Aren't they BEAUTIFUL???? The minute I stumbled upon Irene's work, I knew I had to share it.

    "I've always wanted to go to France, so the ones of Paris made me swoon. So romantic."



    Me too! And the one of Italy is so utterly charming to me because the laundry hanging out to dry!


    If you like the one of the horses, be sure to check out her shops because she has a series with horses. Faaaabulous!


    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have wonderful week too!


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  14. Hey there Babs!

    "It must be lovely to be able to travel to other countries to take these beautiful photos."

    I know! Traveling to me is the best because you get to experience how different people live in different places; feeling and tasting the flavor.

    "I like the door..."



    Isn't that doorway breathtaking? It makes me want to walk through it.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend! Have a lovely week!


    X to you and Mo!

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  15. Ron, your excitement in sharing this post comes through so strong. And I can understand why. These photographs are incredible! The one of the iceberg looks like a large quartz crystal. Wow, amazing! And the one of New York City is genius. I love the expansive and isolated feeling in #10.


    Irene is a talented lady for sure. What a great bio.


    Thanks for sharing, dude!

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  16. Hiya Matt!

    "And I can understand why. These photographs are incredible!"

    Aren't they INCREDIBLE? As soon as I discovered them, I knew I had to share.

    "The one of the iceberg looks like a large quartz crystal. Wow, amazing!"

    HA! OMG...I thought the same thing....a HUGE crystal! And I adore the contrast of the blue and black.

    "Irene is a talented lady for sure. What a great bio."

    I agree. Her bio gives such a perfect description of what her images emanate - magic, delight, nostalgia and romance. Dreamlike.



    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy. Have a most excellent week!
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  17. Geraldine H.January 27, 2014

    Wow, these are exceptional. I am so glad you shared Irene's work here.


    And thanks for your kind words re: Canada. We do have our moments LOL.


    But the US has so many, many talented people too. And isn't it nice that thanks to the Internet we can share so much of that talent, wherever we are?


    Have a fab week Ron and again, thanks for this visual treat! ;-)

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  18. Mark PetruskaJanuary 27, 2014

    I like these. Her photographs do have a certain dreamlike quality to them, soft and blurry and gentle, if you will. You can definitely tell she's got a trademark style about her.

    Thanks for sharing, Ron!

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  19. Hey there Geraldine!

    Aren't they exceptional? Irene has a unique style/eye all her own.

    "And thanks for your kind words re: Canada. We do have our moments LOL."

    Some of my favorite actors/actress hail from Canada. And also, the movies that I've seen which are made in Canada are awesome. Canada has a wonderful talent pool of creative people.

    And yes, the US (and other countries) have talented people as well, I agree. However, I felt the calling to give a shout out to Canada. GO, Canada! :)

    "And isn't it nice that thanks to the Internet we can share so much of that talent, wherever we are?"

    The BEST! I LOVE the Internet because it connects us in a way that we can experience one another through the click of a mouse.

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a super week!

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  20. Howdy Mark!

    "Her photographs do have a certain dreamlike quality to them, soft and blurry and gentle, if you will."


    Exactly.

    " You can definitely tell she's got a trademark style about her."

    You said it, buddy!



    Much thanks for stopping by, Mark! Have a faaaaaabulous week!


    X to you and Tara!

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  21. "Creative energy is contagious." --- It sure is!

    "And that’s exactly what her photographs are…a poem for the eyes." --- Indeed.

    And OHMYGOSH! These photos are FABULOUS!

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  22. Beautiful photographs, Ron. Thank you so much for introducing us to Irene's gift -- creativity such as hers IS a gift, you know, and it's always encouraging to see someone so talented fully embracing her talent!

    Personally, I love the one of Jackson Square. It brings back so many memories of being down south. And I can't help but imagine what coming home to that lilac-draped door in London would smell like!

    Have a super Monday -- ((( you )))

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  23. What a beautiful eye Irene has! I've never had any luck with photography but I can enjoy a good photo!

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  24. Hey Benze!

    Isn't her eye beautiful? And I love how she is able to transport you INSIDE the image with such feeling.

    I'm just starting with my passion for photography, so it's inspiring for me to see the possibilities of what can be done with a photograph.

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have an awesome week!

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  25. Hey there Debbie!

    "creativity such as hers IS a gift, you know, and it's always encouraging to see someone so talented fully embracing her talent!"

    Yes, and I couldn't have said that any better myself. And you can tell from her photographs that she LOVES what she does and has such a passion for it.

    "Personally, I love the one of Jackson Square."

    Yup...that one got me too! It's so romantic and dreamy. Makes you wanna be there and take a seat on that bench!

    "And I can't help but imagine what coming home to that lilac-draped door in London would smell like!"



    OMG, yes....can you only imagine how that would SMELL?


    SNIFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF!


    Much thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a fantastical week!


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  26. These are such beautiful images. I especially like numbers 8 & 9 (New York City & Italy). Amazing!

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  27. Hey there Meleah!

    ""Creative energy is contagious." --- It sure is!"



    Which is WHY l love to surround myself with talent that I admire. When I was still acting in the theater, I would always want to work with actors who I admired and respected - actors who I wanted to LEARN from.


    Yup...are't Irene's photos faaaaaabulous? I'm her new biggest fan - HA!


    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a super week!


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  28. Helloooooooooooooo Nicky!!!!

    Aren't they just lovely? When I saw Irene's work, I knew I wanted to share it.

    ".I especially like numbers 8 & 9 (New York City & Italy). Amazing!"



    Bingo! Me too! And one of these days I have GOT to get to Italy. But I'm afraid if I ever go, I'll never want to leave - HA!


    Much thanks for stopping by, Nicky! Have an excellent week!


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  29. Ron, I could sit and stare at these images forever and see something different every time. It's like you said, Irene's pictures lure inside them. Her pictures are not only images, they're a whole experience. There is a lot of emotion within them and each one has a different feeling.


    Think my favorites are 4, 6 & 12. Hell, I like ALL of them!


    Irene is a very gifted lady. And thank you for sharing her with us. Great topic!

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  30. Hey ho Robert!

    I sooooooo agree with you...every time you look the images you see something different because there is so much within each image - they're a dreamlike story.

    "There is a lot of emotion within them and each one has a different feeling."

    Definitely...there is a lot of emotion within them. The one of the Spinning Wheel is so fun and animated, while the one of the bridge in Paris has a totally different feel/emotion. That's why I love Irene's photographs!

    Ha! I felt the same way, I couldn't pick just 10, so I went for 12. And even that was hard.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy, and I'm glad you enjoyed. I had so much fun putting this post together.

    Have a FAB week!
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  31. Herman TurnipJanuary 27, 2014

    "poem for the eyes."

    Holy shoot, you ain't kidding. Irene's quite the talent. Curious why her work isn't being featured in National Geographic or some other respectable publication. I mean, seriously, how can you not help but stare in amazement at some of her photographs? Beautiful doesn't even begin to cover it.

    Thanks for the link! I'm passing this on to a few other people right now!

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  32. Aren't Irene's photos BEEEEAUTIFUL?? I'm her new #1 fan. And the funny thing about it is that she's been online for several years, only I just discovered her.


    And you are so sweet to say that, Katherine. Thank you :)


    Have a super week, girl! And thanks for stopping by!
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  33. Hey there Herman!

    I knew you would love Irene's photographs. I just KNEW it! Isn't she faaaaaabulous?

    " I mean, seriously, how can you not help but stare in amazement at some of her photographs? Beautiful doesn't even begin to cover it."

    Amen! Couldn't agree with you more!

    "Curious why her work isn't being featured in National Geographic or some other respectable publication."



    Actually, if you click on the second link (Eye Poetry Print Shop) and read her ABOUT page, you will see that she has had her work printed in several respectable publications.


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a most excellent week!


    X to you, Karin, and Mr. Tyler!

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  34. Ron, I wanted to let you know that I checked out both links you shared on Irene's photography. Amazing stuff! Wow!

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  35. Hey Matt! Glad to hear you checked out the links. What did I tell ya, AMAZING, hu?

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  36. ah, so many images to love. great find ron. i'm going to go look at more of her work. happy tuesday.

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  37. Those are lovely. Makes me want to go to Iceland - so many beautiful shots there.

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  38. Hey Secret Agent Woman!

    " Makes me want to go to Iceland - so many beautiful shots there."

    Me too! I had no idea how beautiful and diverse the terrain of Iceland is. Stunning!

    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a FABU week!

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  39. Val, I had a feeling you would love Irene's photography!

    Don't you just love the one of New York City? Remember when you and I went there last summer and took shots of the Flatiron building?

    "i'm going to go look at more of her work."



    Great! Enjoy!


    Thanks for stopping by, girl Have a super Tuesday!

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  40. All I can say is WOW, absolutely stunning! Thank you for sharing.

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  41. Yep. I love the NY and London pics

    V

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  42. I know Suzi, thought the same thing when I first saw Irene's photographs....WOW!

    And these are only "some" of her works.

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend! Have a super week!

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  43. I can certainly see why you spent sooooo much time on her site. Her work is stunning!!! I love discovering new inspiration. Thanks for sharing her with us!

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  44. Hello there Lisa!

    "I can certainly see why you spent sooooo much time on her site. Her work is stunning!!!"

    I agree...isn't it stunning? I spent the greater part of last week perusing her sites - HA!

    "I love discovering new inspiration."

    Me too. And that's why I had to share Irene's work.

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Hope your week is going faaaabulously!

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  45. Italy is on my list too. Someday soon, I hope.

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  46. Venice, Florence, Tuscany...oh my!

    Thanks for stopping back, Nicky!

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  47. Wow! Now this is an amazing stumbled upon gem. You're right, she is just outstanding! I'll have to check out more of her work.

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  48. This is so hysterical! And so true. I was so sick and tired of forgetting my JUST CHANGED passwords that I went old school and bought a note book to write them in. The young'uns laughed at me. "you can log those in your iPhone." Puhleez. I'm lucky I can even make a call on my phone.
    If you have a Hallmark store near you, I bought this awesome little password notebook that's alphabetical and has a line for password hints, too. It's called, Forgot your Password? Best $6.00 I ever spent!

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  49. "Now this is an amazing stumbled upon gem. You're right, she is just outstanding!"


    Thank you, Chrissy, isn't Irene's photography stunning? her images make you want to jump inside and take a look around.


    Very talented lady.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl!
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  50. Hello David!

    No worries. Yup, I did receive your comment and responded. If you go to the bottom of the comments, you'll see a grey bar that says (load more comments), just click on that and it will open all the comments left on this post. I have Disqus set up so that any comments over 50 collapse, for better loading time. And it's just that your comment was one of the firsts on Monday, so it's at the beginning of the comment thread.

    Thanks so much for stopping back and for your concern. Also, thanks for your first comment as well.

    Hope you're having a FAB week, bud!

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  51. And so many different ones to choose from!

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  52. Have I told you lately how much I love your sense of humor? You're a nut!!!!!!!!!!!

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  53. Aw...thanks, Jeff!

    And much thanks for stopping by, buddy!

    Hope your week is going faaaaaaaabulously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    P.S. Oh and guess what? It's snowing like CRAZY here this winter. I have finally gotten a winter I LOVE. SNOW! SNOW! SNOW!

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  54. Thank you for sharing!!!!! Love, love, love her stuff. Between your photos and hers I just need to come up with a plan for redecorating in my guest bedrooms. All that's left is to put things on the wall.

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  55. "Love, love, love her stuff."


    Isn't her stuff awesome, Jen? And not only is Irene talented, but she also knows how to promote her work, so that's out there and seen. Smart lady she is.


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  56. Ron! I came back to see what you had replied to my comment, because you always do, and it's not here! I have no idea what happened but just wanted you to know I did leave a comment.


    Regardless of what happened, here is basically what I said. Irene's pictures look like paintings to me. She is gifted artist who can do things with a camera that is unique. I couldn't decide which ten I would choose either, they are all great!

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  57. Glad you had a laugh, Lisa :)

    Oh, I was so frustrated last week with remembering certain passwords on websites, that I had to just vent this - HA!

    "I have 2-3 password combinations I use, and a computer file where I've logged all of them. As long as I can remember my computer password, I'll be fine!!"



    It's funny you mentioned that because I have two computers, so one I use the password (George Jetson) and the other password is (Jane Jetson). I love that cartoon, so that's the only way I can remember them!


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  58. Hiya Mel!

    "Poetry indeed. I didn't need to go further than the first photo to know there's a gift in how she sees things....and it transcends into each shot..."

    HA! I agree! And that's why I put that one FIRST.

    Yes, aren't they all faaaaaabulous! As soon as I spotted Irene's work, I HAD to share it.

    "And I'm not sure why she's not featured in big places, but she oughta be."

    Well, she actually has been featured in many places; including several publications. You can read all about that if you click on the second link and read her ABOUT page - it's all there.

    "Have you ever been wowed to a place where you can't quite articulate it?Yup....that'd be me!"



    And me too!


    Thanks oodles for stopping by, dear lady. Hope your week is GRAND!


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  59. Ron, these are indeed beautiful. But I am going to be VERY honest. You have photographs... LOTS of photographs... that are just as beautiful. You have the same eye.... and capture stunning images. BOTH of you have great talent.

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  60. Herman TurnipJune 04, 2014

    "read her ABOUT page, you will see that she has had her work printed in several respectable publications."

    Shoot...how did I miss that? Thanks for the tip! Heading over there right now...

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  61. Hi Ron!
    I'm still laughing!


    Passwords are a pain. I keep a hard copy as well but that is not what I use so often forget to update it. I keep a text file with all my user ID's and passwords so it's easy to keep those in alphabetical order - usually by website name or some description I will recognize.


    You are so right about the difficulty of the passwords on some sites. I can understand when it is a bank account but for a message board? I don't know about most but there aren't any huge lines of people trying to be me that I know of.


    http://davidloliver.blogspot.com

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  62. Hey there Herman!

    Tee, hee.

    I just couldn't resist sharing this. OMG...finding a proper password annoys the hell out of me. Could you tell?

    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy! Hope your weekend was GRAND!

    X to you, Karin, and Mr. Tyler!

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  63. Geraldine H.June 04, 2014

    LOL, another thing we have in common Ron,


    I am the same way about passwords and I too have a little book where supposedly these are all kept and in good order. NOT!!! And I am for the most part a very organized, neat person.


    I have several passwords, pin codes...but I recently gave up writing any new or changed ones down. I have a good memory and I can usually conjure up the right one at the right time. If not, they can always send a new one to me. LOL


    I'm glad you found a strong password that worked so well. ;-)


    And happy you enjoyed my Craigie Ferguson post today. Isn't he just the best? I'm going for a replay and dance around the office now.


    Have a wonderful weekend! G

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  64. Hey there David!

    " I keep a text file with all my user ID's and passwords so it's easy to keep those in alphabetical order - usually by website name or some description I will recognize."

    You know, that's something I should probably try doing myself. Valerie does the same thing and it seems to work for her.

    " I can understand when it is a bank account but for a message board? I don't know about most but there aren't any huge lines of people trying to be me that I know of."

    HAHAHAHAHAHA! Exactly!

    I don't use online banking or even use my credit card for purchases online very much, but I can see how the security in situations like that, are more involved.

    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have an EXCELLENT weekend!

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  65. You're so welcome, buddy! Enjoy!

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  66. O.M.G. Breathtaking. Poetry indeed. I didn't need to go further than the first photo to know there's a gift in how she sees things....and it transcends into each shot...here and on the links. They're all wonderful. And how fortunate or her that she gets to amazing places to develop her verses. Truly amazing... I envy her opportunities. And I'm not sure why she's not featured in big places, but she oughta be.
    I like my point and shoot....and there's no part of me that goes out to create a shot. I go have fun...and end up with some cool shots, BUT--holy cow!!!
    Have you ever been wowed to a place where you can't quite articulate it?
    Yup....that'd be me!

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  67. Hello there Geraldine!

    "but I recently gave up writing any new or changed ones down. I have a good memory and I can usually conjure up the right one at the right time. If not, they can always send a new one to me. LOL"

    *clapping*

    You GO, girl! I wish I had your memory!

    "I am the same way about passwords and I too have a little book where supposedly these are all kept and in good order. NOT!!!"

    HA! Isn't it funny how we can be so organized with certain things, but then with other things...NOT.

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a fantastic weekend!

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  68. Hey there Chrissy!

    "The young'uns laughed at me. "you can log those in your iPhone." Puhleez. I'm lucky I can even make a call on my phone."

    HA! And you know what? I don't even HAVE a cellphone. But everyone I know has every programmed on their phones so they can have it with them at all times. But my thing is, what if you LOSE the damn phone?

    "If you have a Hallmark store near you, I bought this awesome little password notebook that's alphabetical and has a line for password hints, too. It's called, Forgot your Password? Best $6.00 I ever spent!"

    Sounds awesome! And I will check it out because I do have a Hallmark close to where I live. Thanks for letting me know!

    Have a faaabulous week, girl!

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