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This weeks theme is ‘a line from a song’. Extra credit for using an automatic generator which gives you the line, instead of choosing your own. I used it and it came up with ‘Message in a Bottle’, I presume from the song by The Police. I had a little bottle with a verse of the ditty by J.M. Barrie from the original Peter Pan novel, so I used that and a few shells I have and some sand I keep handy. Obviously with the virus thingy I can’t go out to the beach, (also it’s raining!) so I called up one of my shots taken at South Shields on my laptop and used that as background.

Am quite pleased with how this turned out!

7 comments on “52 Frames ~ line from a song ~ 29/03/ 2020

  1. Ooh! How pretty! Do you mind if I save this for my summertime wallpaper on my iPad Fraggle?😍

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    1. Of course you can but I’ll email you the high res file x

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  2. Keith says:

    WOW! Love it!!! We have a beach trip planned for June but it isn’t looking good. Much more concerning is my son’s high school graduation. They are already discussing postponement and potential cancellation. It’s heartbreaking.

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    1. It is, over here they are going to give qualifications based on previous work throughout the year so don’t have to miss out because of exams.

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  3. Michelle GD says:

    love how you put this together!!!

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    1. Thanks Michelle!

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