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Creative interpretations: Mission in Tucson

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Old 01-17-2004, 06:39 PM
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Okay, okay... I got it right (this time).

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Originally Posted by CJ Swartz
Bob,
Thank you for giving Danny ANOTHER REMINDER (besides mine) about the correct spelling of TUCSON

Danny, this is your last warning -- I am turning you in to the Tucson (T-U-C-S-O-N) Chamber of Commerce if you do not make the necessary corrections by 12:00 midnight tonight! Otherwise, don't be surprised if a herd of longhorn cattle come thundering down your cul-de-sac. Or a herd of kokopelli salesmen... or a herd of city attorneys -- whichever would be more frightening.

CJ
(Chairperson for the Committee to protect correct spelling of Arizona names;
self-appointed, of course

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Enough torture, CJ. I was SURE I changed the spelling correctly the other day, but it must have been the new forum software that changed it back.

Maybe I should concentrate images whose origin cities I can spell, like Seattle!

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Bob:

Since CJ's connected with the Tucson CoC, maybe she can nominate your entry for the 2004 annual tourist event. I like the way you composited these pics, especially the SW color scheme, not to mention (but I will) the correct spelling of Tucson!

-djr-
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Old 01-17-2004, 07:36 PM
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Bob, I neglected YOU and your WORK, just to get a word spelled correctly! I apologize for my neglect.

I agree with Danny on the good work you did with your composite, and I also love your choice of colors for the poster background -- suits the subject well.
Excellent.
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Old 01-17-2004, 07:50 PM
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I like the look of these Patricia! I think I like the first one the best though. Nice work.
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