I took these photos of an early summer sunrise with my Nikon D200. I am so fortunate to live on a ranch in southern California, with an amazing view. Visit more pictures from some wonderful folks and professional photographers at Skywatch Friday.
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I enjoyed experimenting with a few templates for a photo collage.
PearlMountain Technology released a new product – CollageIt Free. It is the #1 Free Photography App on Mac App Store in over 20 countries. I would like to recommend this free application to my readers.
CollageIt is an easy-to-use app that helps people create eye-catching in no time on Mac OS X. This app has several features that allow users to make collages effortlessly. Some of the highlighted features include:
★ Automatic, Easy to Use and Powerful
Only three steps to create automatically. Easy enough for users of all experienced levels.
WYSIWYG—Real-time preview with high speed.
Diverse types of photo collage layout can be created automatically.
★ Various Templates to Choose
4 collage styles: Mosaic, Grid, Center and Pile.
Includes 30+ templates in total.
Almost all kinds of collage template styles can be found so that users can select a style at their will and add their photos.
★ Customize Photo Collages Freely
Customize collage background to suit your needs.
Easily personalize your picture collages with variable parameters provided, such as photo count, photo space, page margin, rotation and sparse.
Photo border and shadow added for decoration.
Make photos fit well into the chosen collage space with the photo cropping function.
★ Share the Collage Anywhere
Save the collages as JPEG, PNG, PDF, PSD or other images formats and print it out.
Send the collage to family members and friends via Email.
Easily set your photo collage as your desktop wallpaper.
I love the CollageItFree. It's easy to use and the results are very professional.
Check it out at Mac App Store Link
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Alex and his dog Patch are out for a walk when the boy discovers a little toy mouse dressed in a red vest. He falls in love with the tiny creature — promptly named Reggie — and takes it home.
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"Downstairs I took a look at the meatballs, waiting patiently in the sauce. I love Mom's spaghetti and meatballs. I love dinnertime. But first... "What will you be doing for Father's Day? Well, I won't be serving meatballs but since the weather will be warm here, I thought I'd barbecue some shish kebobs. Everyone in the family loves them and they're so easy to make, then served with a bed of rice. I shared some sauce recipes in an article I wrote, Krazy for Kabobs.
I hope your weekend is especially nice for you.
“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me." C. S. Lewis