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Re: Catherine Hunter 1940's needs a clean and spruce up
« Reply #9 on: Monday 20 May 19 08:08 BST (UK) »

         Thanx for your kind words Aussielass but remember this is not to be taken as historically

             correct. This is a representation, :D :D I'm never sure how to incorporate this advice

           into a photo.  I don't want somebody in the future thinking that this is how it was.

                ;D ;D ;D

Yes tomkin, I realise the clarity of the original does not lend itself to working out what the background actually was!  The step and the wooden door look the same as the photo and the bit of greenery on the house.  :D   The left of the photo is not easy to make out, so your interpretation is as good as we are going to get, and I like it!!  :D  Thanks again
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Re: Catherine Hunter 1940's needs a clean and spruce up
« Reply #10 on: Monday 20 May 19 10:25 BST (UK) »
        I wasn't happy with the result but I had to rush it, because, I'm on with a small project which

        is designed to drive me nuts ;D ;D ;D ;D

       

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