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Bigger money lifts the arts and crafts a notch too. There's a really nice art gallery next door to this pottery studio -- clipped hedges, white stone driveway, sculpture on green lawn.

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  1. Now this is totally different from your usual colour spectrum ... fascinating. I like it very much. The colours and the framing are great.

    I can identify most of the utensils, but what are the fishes for? They look really nice.

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  2. Your comment about my colour spectrum made me think Martina ... I agree most of my photo's don't have this type of colouring but interestingly my home decor does.

    It was the fish and the attractive grouping that caught my eye. I think the fish are a wall hanging.

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  3. It is nice and cool. In fact extending my creativity very slightly I may consider this an underwater shot... :)

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  4. I love the display! Colours are beautiful and the fish are so cute!

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  5. Sean, it's your creative streak that makes your photography so interesting!

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