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Old Apr 10, 2009, 1:11 PM   #1
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Very nice selective job indeed, which reveals the energetic soul tuned for happiness beyond the eyes
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Very nice selective job indeed, which reveals the energetic soul tuned for happiness beyond the eyes
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This is a truly timeless photograph, excellent sharpness, detail and eye color. A real keeper...Robert

Oh, and a fine looking young man!
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thanks hawgwild .... used the 50mm f1.8 a cheap lens that produces excellent results
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nephew and his brother

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Simon, I like this picture. I don't know why, but I just do. Sorry, I can't be more specific. Great job! Robert

Actually, when I look at this picture, Norman Rockwell comes to mind.

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thanks hawgwild ..... im still trying/learning the lurning curve technique as mentioned in an earlier post but i just didnt go as heavy this time
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