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Old Apr 30, 2010, 12:21 PM   #31
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Zig, no contest...the portrait of Grace. Outstanding!
Hi Hawgwild,

Thnx for taking the time to look and comment. Much appreciate the kind words.

It's a pleasure to see what other people are photographing with their cameras.

For one reason or other, (I have no excuse) I don't generally look at all the different forums, here on Steve's, dealing with specific types of photography. So, to me, this post is a great source of inspiration.

As has been said, there are a lot of talented folks here on Steve's.

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Old Apr 30, 2010, 1:11 PM   #32
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..Looks like horse and rider are studying each other..
thanks for the comment Robert, this is one of my all time favorite photos I've made and I do have it printed 11x14, framed and hanging in the study room of our home.

The cowgirl is a wrangler in the Fort Worth stockyards troupe which drives the longhorn herd daily through the district to the pens.
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Old Apr 30, 2010, 1:28 PM   #33
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Zig, ...the portrait of Grace is also my favorite you've posted to this thread.

You already know how I feel about your photography skills and the wonderful results but do you know I too have a 'Grace'. Great granddaughter Annabella Grace born Feb 10... aka Bella, here is a snapshot the first time Bonnie & I saw her, can't wait for my own Easter dress & hat photo .... your photo is inspirational looking forward to that day.





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Old Apr 30, 2010, 3:36 PM   #34
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Thanks Bob,

I love the black & white photo too. I remember when you originally posted it on the Oly forum. It is a classic.

AND, YES, I DO remember that you have a Grace in your family. Or, as you call her Bella. I hope she is doing well and the great grand parents are doting on her as they should.

As for seeing her in an Easter dress, that will happen before you know it. It always does..............
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Old Apr 30, 2010, 4:07 PM   #35
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Well, this was more difficult choosing than the first time, and that wasn't easy. It's a little daunting seeing all the really nice shots already posted.

1. A lovely woman in the woods:



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2. I don't know why I like this shot so much, but I do. It seems sort of "mech-like." The inside of a box grater:



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3. One more sunflower:



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4. Some crocuses:



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Fantastic collection of shots everyone!! Here are 5 more from me.

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Old Apr 30, 2010, 4:18 PM   #37
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A very powerful gallery of images, each unique and standing on it's own.
Having said that, my favorite is the long road flanked on each side by majestic trees. Try as I might, I've never found one in my neck of the woods.

Beautiful, just beautiful.

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Try as I might, I've never found one in my neck of the woods.
I see a nice southward road trip in your future, camera in tow
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Thank you very much Zig!

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Ordo, some very nice images. I have enjoyed your terrace shots, and New House is a real keeper.
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