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Old Jul 15, 2014, 10:59 AM   #1
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A little over 2 years now. She was happily running and playing in the lawn:



It started drizzling fine, and she is seen singing 'rain rain go away'



A simple illusion caused by the meadow:

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Old Jul 15, 2014, 12:44 PM   #2
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My goodness Raghu, she is getting big!

Love the shots and thanks for sharing a very important part of your life.

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A charming grand daughter you have there, Raghu !

The simple illusion in the 3rd photo has me slightly puzzled. First I wondered if she was jumping and tucked her legs up so the dress obscured them, but the length of her dress looks shorter so I suspect a clone brush got loose in your photo editor !
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Thanks for looking, Jim and John! When she is around, she takes ALL of our time!

John, there is no trick or PP in that shot. She is actually moving a little farther away (4 to 5 feet from the foreground), on a sloping surface. Her legs are hidden to that height. The grass is so even that it creates the illusion.
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Thanks for looking, Jim and John! When she is around, she takes ALL of our time!

John, there is no trick or PP in that shot. She is actually moving a little farther away (4 to 5 feet from the foreground), on a sloping surface. Her legs are hidden to that height. The grass is so even that it creates the illusion.
Now that I am am looking at that photo on my computer screen instead of my tablet, I can better see where the slope is.... but you have to look quite hard.. a brilliant illusion !
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