i couldn't just let 10 years go to waste.
Two superb shots. Love the butterfly houses, but you really must explain to me. I don't know what butterfly houses are, but I'm very curious. Please mail me. Give my love to Rachel, she looks like a great woman and is without a doubt a great photographer.
My jaw dropped, and I think it bounced under the desk.
Love the butterfly houses...such a great perspective!
These hand-made tin toys are absolute treasures in this mass-produced world. Your colors and perspective really do your subject justice. Beautiful photograph.
How expired is that Reala? The colours are so vibrant!Your butterfly houses turned on MUCH better than mine.
beatiful colors and both images go very well together.
great looking toy car!
both are so lovely. i really like the color pallete of the second photo!
Nice pictures, made in Alkmaar, so you can see also a fine city.Keep going.
Very nice how the colours of the two photos match! (What is the function of the 'bird's houses'?)
Sorry, forgot to read the caption!
Delicious images Lynn. A tin toy store must be sure like a trip to a sweet and sometimes forgotten past.
Wow, I love the color in these!
Hello, Lynn!!!!!!It's been a while (I don't deserve to live :P)Sorry I don't come here more often but school and other stuff keeps me busy these days.I hope I can make it to Amsterdam.I love these two shots, beautiful colours and great compositions. And gotta love that green tint...Anyway, I'm finishing my new photoblog, it will have some major changes, hope you visit it sometime soon :)Cheers