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Old Dec 15, 2014, 3:19 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by John Dixon View Post
You have captured this glassware beautifully Alan, I don't have a favorite, I just like them all and the figures, particularly the young boy give a sense of scale.
I think the price reflects the skill involved in producing such wonderful pieces.
Originally Posted by Greg Chappell View Post
The guy certainly knows his niche. I had fun for the several months the exhibit was at the Arboretum. A few of those pieces look familiar. Beautiful colors and designs.
Originally Posted by MarceloLI View Post
Just beautiful..!!

Allan you did a great job with your camera capturing those sculptures, love the deep colors and post processing.

Very hard to pick a favorite, all are great shots.

Thanks guys. It's one of those learning experiences and I hope to try it again someday.
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Old Dec 18, 2014, 9:59 AM   #12
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Those are great shots full of color and detail. I'd be nervous walking around in there.
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