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Old Aug 4, 2004, 9:28 AM   #1
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Old Aug 4, 2004, 9:54 AM   #2
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That is precious! Don't lose that shot. When he/she grows up, that picture should be a treasure.
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Yes, this is fantastic! The mirror should have been cleaned first - that's the only thing I would suggest, but often "candid" doesn't allow us to prepare for everything 100%. Very, very nice! :-)
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the mirror is very old and marked, I had to use photoshop to get some of the rust marks out of the mirror. I love this shot anyway.
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Hmm. I don't suppose you'd be so kind as to post the "pre rust-removal" photo for us? If it's antiquey, it may lend itself to the picture and be more forgiving of what looks like a "dirty" mirror. I'm curious now. :-)PS - I like it, too.
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sorry, it looked terrible so i deleted it.:roll:
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I recognize that shot, Julie! Hehe - you've posted it in several other categories on Steve's, but it never seems to lose it's appeal at all. It's a great capture, very appropriate for this challenge. Like Cal said, don't lose this shot as the child will definitely love to see this when he is older.
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Old Aug 6, 2004, 11:04 AM   #8
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no chance of losing this, my grandson Trent. I plan to enter this in a photographic competition in november in the "children at play" section.
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GRANDson, Julie!?!? I wouldn't have guessed you were old enough to be a grandmother. Then again, if my stepson or daughter has a child, I could bea grandma at 35! :-)Let us know how your photo goes in competition. It is priceless! :-)
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