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A Touch of Red 4 of 4


I will show you one shot from the beach tomorrow.

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  1. what a great series of reds... look forward to the beach shot. enjoy your weekend and the heat.

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  2. Made me smile. Of course I expected another blossom.
    What they might be talking about?

    I am sad the series is over now :-(

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  3. Lovely shot Joan and my very best wishes for 2013.

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  4. I love the splash of colour provided by the couple. Talk about a focal point!

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