Debra Lineberger
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Bold colors, clean lines, simplicity draw my attention. I strive to find uniqueness in the mundane. My favorite photographic technique is HDR because of the richness and intensity of colors. Photography is my escape into the rest of the world, to focus on whatever is in front of me, to leave the inconsequential behind. It is such a simple joy...to catch a moment in time, knowing it will never be the same again. Ultimately, photography is a chance to share my perceptions of the world with you. I hope you enjoy.

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Your visit and comments mean a lot to me. Thank you 정인우, Chris10, Antonio, varkos and Pedro.

Thank you Christos and Gisela! Central Texas where I live is an amazing place full of wild flowers in the spring. This is all thanks to the wife of the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who grew up in the Hill Country. His wife, Lady Bird Johnson, started a campaign to spread native wildflower seeds in this region and even after her death, the legacy continues. The field above is one of the prettiest I have experienced in the 24 years of living in this area.

Gracias por compartirla con los grupo Puestas de sol y Paisajes del mundo.

Excelente composición. L 40

Saludos cordiales, Amparo.

I sat in this field for 2+ hours and this was the end of the day after sunset. When I saw the blue, it totally awed me! Thank you all for your visit.

Very beautifully picture, nice shot,

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best wishes, Slava

Thanks so much Peter, I appreciate the kind comment. Hope you have a wonderful spring and Easter as well, Greg.

Magnífica fotografia, belas cores. L 225. A.Ramos

Really majestic! Great scenery, nice capture! YSL! Friendly greetings, Petr

hello. Jacky Amey

great capture

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congratulation and have a nice day for you

Thank's so much for your visit to my gallery and your nice comment

best regards from Tiffany Liem

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