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Old Aug 19, 2009, 12:59 PM   #21
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nice set of images.

i am loving the moods evoked in #2 n #3
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Old Aug 19, 2009, 4:41 PM   #22
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Thanks for the explanation about that structure. I've got a friend who has built a wood fired pizza oven in the Adelaide hills (and he's also a photog) - so I'm also interested to see that.

Yes, I understand the feeling you conveyed about the "dusty summer afternoon" emphasis... and that make me look more at the background and dust-filled golden air, which I appreciated all the more now, so thanks (it's now 9.5 / 10! :-) Don't worry, other photos of yours have already reached 10/10!)

Ah... #2, a clever HDR, very well done.

#3, yes I love it - and as I can see, other folks too. Often the "late inclusion" can be the best!

now #4, lovely shape and little brilliant bursts of red make another very tasteful composition. This is also very complimentary to the series. Well done mate!

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Thank you for the re-assessment my friend : ) Well, in fact, 9/10 was more than pleasing for me, but it's your insightful comments which is invariably 10/10! So, I thought, at least, I could present 'Non, je n'ai pas oublier' (No, I don't forget) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRr5egZnXUE to you to go well with the dusty August afternoons effect you appreciated in #2 as well as the additional 4th image...Ah, you might even open a bottle of beautiful red Australian wine there to do justice ; )


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nice set of images.

i am loving the moods evoked in #2 n #3
Hey, that's been a pleasant surprise after years, Dustin You were busy with your studies if memory serves...Wishing to see the other fellow 'senior members' also ; ) Thanks for your kind comment!

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Happy to receive your insightful feedback. I appreciate your letting the inspirations within coming to surface, which calls for adding another article to the 'before you die' series : ) Oh, a glass of read...that sounds good enough!
A glass of read?! I need to make sure I put on my "red"ing glasses.
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Old Aug 23, 2009, 12:28 PM   #24
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A glass of read?! I need to make sure I put on my "red"ing glasses.
Yet, being quite fond of it as it is, I've already put the phrase in use my friend, ah, forgetting not to toast to the one who first coined it
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