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Old Dec 28, 2005, 11:48 PM   #1
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Shot these this morning and decided to convert some to B&W!

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Good shots Dawg. B+W definitely changes the mood in these examples

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Old Dec 29, 2005, 4:34 PM   #8
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Thanks Dan. That was the objective along with a practice lesson for myself in composition! Glad you liked them. More to come. As a friend I thought you deserved an early warning! LOL

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Love the b/w,Dawg..it sure sets the mood!..Certain subjects look so good in that format..I may have to go out and brave the elements today.Thanks for the inspiration..
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Great shots Dawg,I like the b&w effect also

Haven't been taking too many pictures lately need to get back in the swing before I forget what liitle I have learned!!

Nice to see your staying on top of things Dawg !! You'll be going pro before long !!!

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