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Old Sep 28, 2007, 10:07 AM   #1
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Grandson Amit and family pet Sandy.



Taken today,with the Nikon d80, one of many family shots................musket.
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Old Sep 28, 2007, 5:13 PM   #2
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A picture comprising beautiful vivid colours and a great backgrou─▒nd

Looks like a strong boy fully in control : )
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A picture comprising beautiful vivid colours and a great backgrou─▒nd

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Old Sep 30, 2007, 10:03 AM   #4
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Hi Musket,

I love you sharing these family photos. The first one's colours are especially good IMHO. Great "natural" feeling to the composition (not posed, and with the background too..!)

I'm somewhat distracted by the red on the boy's t-shirt though... makes me think it looks too much like blood! (too many movies for me?)

Thanks for sharing...

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PS I think the frame really does complement first photo too!
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Hi Musket,

I love you sharing these family photos. The first one's colours are especially good IMHO. Great "natural" feeling to the composition (not posed, and with the background too..!)

I'm somewhat distracted by the red on the boy's t-shirt though... makes me think it looks too much like blood! (too many movies for me?)

Thanks for sharing...

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Paul

PS I think the frame really does complement first photo too!

Thanks for veiwing and commenting.

I find that resizing for web inserts often causes patterndistortons :-)

anyway here is a 100% cropshowing the t-shirt:-)



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