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Old Mar 1, 2008, 1:47 PM   #51
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that's the problem with these threads.. it's d^mn near impossible to vote!!

ira,,,, i'm waiting on that shot even tho i like singleĀ*blend better..:blah:
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Tough choice

I think it is Mar 1 even before I know. Again my poor excuse for not posting anything is the weather which renders me braindead .

Kjell's effort is recognised. Others like Ira (classic bokeh ) is just mind-bogglingly beautiful







I think the new (or old) comer, Irena, provides a very challenging image. Her two subjects simply pop out of the monitor




I would believe both two IMO deserve the honour. But there is the technicality. Irena's image has a resolution/advantage a lot larger than 800 which is the max I believe. Just based on this and only technicality, I cast my vote to Ira.

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Old Mar 1, 2008, 3:00 PM   #52
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I was torn betweenEd'sCutty Sark inGlassand Irena's wet glasses, butwith only one vote I'm going for Ed's Cutty Sark. Love the background blue and the lighting.
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Old Mar 1, 2008, 3:23 PM   #53
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All month long I was planning to vote for Ira's bottle with its magnificent background,until Ed's ship in a bottle appeared and just blew me away. I hateit whena last minuteentry upsets the apple cart, but I have to go with it - it is just stunning. :O
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Old Mar 1, 2008, 5:56 PM   #54
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very nice try too..
but alas, i'm going with monza(ira)s Gibson.. (maybe he'll share it with me)

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oops!!
forgot it's leap year
Cutty Sark is ggod if you're on a budget(just kidding) but i'm sticking with ira's shot for the focus and bokeh..

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Old Mar 1, 2008, 7:25 PM   #55
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Ira, anything left in that bottle? I'm expecting you to share.

Anyway, I'm voting for your shot, expect shot in return.

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Old Mar 2, 2008, 8:02 AM   #56
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I'm going with Ed's ship in a bottle, although as everyone else said this has not been an easy choice!

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Ira, anything left in that bottle? I'm expecting you to share.

Anyway, I'm voting for your shot, expect shot in return.

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Two fresh ones sitting on the bar.

Tough call, I really like the lighting on Ed's crystal ship so that is my choice, the detail in Irena's glasses comes a close second.

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Old Mar 2, 2008, 9:43 AM   #58
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A lot of really great entries thismonth, but I'm casting my ballot for Ira's Gibsons bottle and Christmas tree. I like the color and the creativity of this shot, and it just grabs my attention.

I'm giving my second place honors to Irena's glasses

Great work everyone....looking forward to next month's challenge

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My vote goes to Ed's Cutty Sark. I'm just mesmerized by all the details in it.

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Oh, thank you! I am pleased about such a great appreciation for my glasses..

To Kjell.. I must tell a secret.. - I've picked them out from exactly the same situation in kitchen.. Had to wash all the glassware after a dinner..

PS. The ed's ship is so wonderful (the color, the light, the clarity), but I saw it only tonight.. after a weekend offline.. (was out to "fight" with my K10.. I must admit, it gives me a hard time)..

Cheers!

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