Here a two dozen of Ellen’s pictures from our recent trip.
But they are nothing compared to the full screen slide show she’s created. When you’ve scrolled through these two dozen, there is a link to her slide show. You must see them on a lap top or a desktop.
I promise you, it’s worth the effort.
They’re the best she’s ever done.
Link to Ellen’s slide show (which must be seen on a laptop or desktop). Follow these steps:
1. Go to: https://www.flickr.com/photos/
2. Near the top of the screen, just below where it says 357 photos, you’ll see three boxes. Click on the one on the left, the one that has an arrow inside a box. The slide show will begin.
Larry M said:
Richard, I second that comment on not missing the slide show. Beautiful photos, and they’re really glorious when you watch them full-screen.
Bill Plitt said:
Paula said, “Wow~my jaw dropped at the beauty. Expressions, the moods the colors, what can I say?”
As she looks over my shoulder, I couldn’t agree more. To hear her remarks as a professional photographer, only painted a more clear picture for me, the aficionado with limited skills, but great appreciation for Ellen’s art.
Well worth the trip! The pictures and expressions of the children wanted me to know the story behind the faces.
Thanks Ellen! BiLL
Wonderful Ellen, especially the people and scenes. I especially liked the Temple Incense, the Hanoi Hilton, the Novice and Corridor.
Chris McCleary said:
Wow, judging by the photos looks like that was an amazing trip.
Fran Renehan said:
Absolutely beautiful pics!!