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Pisces Garden Redux
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Registered: April 2003
Location: Washington State
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I had another go at this, because I wanted to repair some things that looked pretty good at 4AM, but not so great when I woke up. Fixed the house color, enlarged the furniture, reworked some of the lighting effects, tinkered with the awnings a bit, added trim around the windows and door and let some of the ivy creep over the edge of the house. I also removed that wretched birdfeeder. I didn't like it last night, but was too tired to mess with it. All in all, better, I think.

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· Date: 6/22/2003 · Views: 6658 · Filesize: 62.3kb, 194.4kb · Dimensions: 800 x 533 ·
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TwinbNJ

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Registered: February 2003
Location: NJ
Posts: 375
6/22/2003 9:19pm

Yup got my dog, listening to the water fall. mmmmmmm ... Sipping on my lemonade, relaxe. Yup sun, what is the sun? -- something we have not seen on the east coast! Thank you Chris, got my block on and just talking with T, yup this is nice.

Very nice!

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T Paul

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Registered: August 2001
Location: USA
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6/24/2003 2:03pm

Nicely done on phase II. I really like the trim work, and it works so well with the awnings! The house colors look great and the trim really highlights the windows and doors nicely. I might have to try that when I actually paint the house. The retaining wall covered by ivy is a lot more natural looking now without the brick. The previous birdfeeder looked out of place, so I am glad you removed it in this rendition. The pond is still fabulous! The patio furniture still looks a little small to me, especially that two person couch, but perhaps my eyes are just fooling me. Great job and kudos for playing with it again. Really a lovely backyard setting! Now Jill please pass some of that sun block
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Cvandever

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Registered: May 2003
Location: Crossville, TN
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6/25/2003 5:21pm

MASTERFUL! ... absolutely love the awnings and flower boxes. Great water fountain too. I have always wanted a pond with goldfish in it.
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creartist1971
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Registered: April 2004
Location: Bremen/Germany
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4/20/2004 7:29am

so how did you do it? :-)
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FrannyMae

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Registered: July 2004
Location: Dayton, Ohio
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7/13/2004 11:07am

Love the look! I want to live there! The lighting is wonderful..it is subtle but shows off your work in the best possible way. I think that the furniture may be tad small (comparing with the doorway) but that could just be perspective. This is a great piece!
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