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Summer Shot

A friend of mine saw this picture I took a couple of weeks ago and she asked for the original file because she said it would look perfect framed in her home. So, I thought I'd put it out there for anyone else that may be interested in using it. I created a couple of different versions and looks to provide you some options. You can click on the image and it will take you to Flickr to download different sizes from there.

I think it would make a great framed print, but you could also use it for summer invites, cards, birthday parties, summer sales promotions...

Let me know how you're going to use it and if you do use it in your home, send me a pic of the final product and I'll post it here! If you used any of the free fretwork prints, I'd love to see what you did with them as well!

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Comments

  1. I'm a relatively new follower - love your blog, you're a woman after my own (Southern) heart! I love photography and quality porch time in the summer, so obviously I think these pictures are phenomenal. Please continue to share!

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  2. I love the bright colors of these chairs! They remind me of our cottage in MI.

    Jo

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  3. I just started reading your blog. I LOVE these pictures but what I love the most is that the same picture can look SO different and I have no idea what you changed. I am staring at the pictures the way I would a photo hunt screen looking for the small changes. Yet they're SO different. Love it!

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  4. What a fun picture... I love all the colors!
    sandy toe

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  5. I would love to be sitting in one of those with a fruity drink!

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  6. I so love the photo! And the chairs.

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