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Registered: June 2003
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I liked this challenge so much I did two. This is my second. A little change of scenery. The Mediterranean Sea. This pic is from my girlfriends trip to Italy. The dog's are from Georgia though. Painted the house. I hope it doesn't take as long to touch that last part up in real life. I couldn't get the colors just right.

I added my own retaining wall. Spruced up the window reflections. Added cypress mulch which I like at my house. 2 lawn chairs and a soccer ball, relaxing and fun.
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T Paul

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Registered: August 2001
Location: USA
Posts: 2,987
7/1/2003 9:45pm

Wow, first the Mercedes and now the Mediterranean Sea! I guess my property value just went up significantly!! Nice touch adding the reflection in the windows. The chairs look very natural, but wouldn’t they be facing that lovely ocean view? The dogs are cute, but the collie looks a little large in scale. Especially since those windows are about 3 feet wide. Overall I really like what you did! Now I am going to go down and play in my new backyard…quite the sand box


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Foreign
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7/1/2003 10:32pm

The collie is big in real life. The chairs should point torwards the ocean BUT I couldn't find a good enough picture through google images of something pointed backwards. I settled for this.
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T Paul

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7/1/2003 11:39pm

Settle for a backyard view of the Mediterranean Sea...not a problem Besides those chairs are angled perfectly for a nice sun tan.
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Cvandever

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Registered: May 2003
Location: Crossville, TN
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7/7/2003 5:52pm

Can I move in? Great job on the reflections in the windows. I am a dog lover so I love the animals. Collies are big dogs but I don't think they are as big as in this image.
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jjcoomber
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Registered: August 2003
8/11/2003 2:21pm

It is a nice image, but as the others have said the collie looks a bit big, also he looks a bit bright for being in the shadow?
Otherwise Brilliant!
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Mind Dancer
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Registered: August 2002
Location: Deventer, Netherlands
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9/6/2003 9:59pm

You did a great job on the light but the reflection of the sea in the windows does make it a bit 'Escher'-like, since it is an imposibble reflection here.In fact the collie is allright; she.he is just in the wrong place and too high up. Dogs just kind of 'sink'into the grass. Move the collie forward to somewhere between the chair and the wall with the black dog just behind the brown mulch, sink her down in the grass a little and lighten up the hair. It will be ok. Good try there!
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