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Old Dec 20, 2010, 2:50 PM   #11
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Nice kitty, could do without the people,(faces, hands, etc.) but it looks like you are going through the critical learning curve on the new camera. I hope to see more from you using this new contraption. ( remember this psudo critique when I start posting photos, if I get mine back from repair as I will with out a doubt have to go through the same curve! ).... Frank
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Old Dec 21, 2010, 6:28 AM   #12
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Nice kitty, could do without the people,(faces, hands, etc.) but it looks like you are going through the critical learning curve on the new camera. I hope to see more from you using this new contraption. ( remember this psudo critique when I start posting photos, if I get mine back from repair as I will with out a doubt have to go through the same curve! ).... Frank
Thanks!

Yeah, itīs a bit of a learning curve. These shots was just snapshots. This is my fathers old cat who now isnīt alive yet. My father and his wife wanted a few last photos of her. And she did not want to be photographed. Thats why my wife had to hold her in her arms.

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I am sorry to hear that DS. I know how hard it is to lose an animal. I feel bad about the harsh critique i left now that I have read it again, My sympathies..Frank
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I am sorry to hear that DS. I know how hard it is to lose an animal. I feel bad about the harsh critique i left now that I have read it again, My sympathies..Frank
Donīt feel sorry! You couldnīt possibly know. No worries mate. Itīs by critique you learn.

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