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Old May 12, 2013, 9:04 PM   #1
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Default There is always light at the end of the tunnel...

Just walking in Central Park with my family.

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Old May 13, 2013, 8:30 AM   #2
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A dramatic shot with all the black that surrounds the main subject. Definitely shows the feeling of being in a dark tunnel and seeing the light at the end. Interesting take and well titled.
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Nice!
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A dramatic shot with all the black that surrounds the main subject. Definitely shows the feeling of being in a dark tunnel and seeing the light at the end. Interesting take and well titled.
Thank you Steven for the feedback.
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Very nice. Hopefully in the light it was warmer too! Judging by the dress of those one can see, I would imagine that tunnell was quite chilly.
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....that is a great composition, I love it.
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I like it and since my theme on Steve's is dark it completely blends into the page. Great concept and execution Marcelo!
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Very nice. Hopefully in the light it was warmer too! Judging by the dress of those one can see, I would imagine that tunnell was quite chilly.
Thank you Greg, it was a very warm day in April 13th but suddenly the temperature dropped in the afternoon, and yes inside the tunnel was chilly.

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I like it and since my theme on Steve's is dark it completely blends into the page. Great concept and execution Marcelo!
Thank you so much for the feedback.
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I like it and since my theme on Steve's is dark it completely blends into the page. Great concept and execution Marcelo!
(My settings also. I like the dark pages and think that the photos always looks so much better on the black background instead of the light background.)
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