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Old Mar 21, 2010, 9:16 AM   #11
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All of these photos are great. It is very hard on people that age to lose there loved one.
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 10:03 AM   #12
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Yeah, each of these shot is better than the last, or I should rephrase that and say that each shot opens a new door. Great portraits.

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Old Mar 21, 2010, 10:48 PM   #13
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Whoa there tiger. These are fantastic!
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Eetu,

Maggo85,

Mark,

Ancientritual,

Dave,

Javier


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I love the eyes! There is a lot of emotion in them. The first shot was a very analytical look as if he was looking at ship and doignthe once over from a builders point of view. I see that at airshows when you get an old aviation mechanic near a restored airplane, they just sort of look over the work and judge it.

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Three winning pictures for sure, each line in his face tells a story.
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I love the eyes! There is a lot of emotion in them. The first shot was a very analytical look as if he was looking at ship and doignthe once over from a builders point of view. I see that at airshows when you get an old aviation mechanic near a restored airplane, they just sort of look over the work and judge it.

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Yes, when people are retired it's important that they have a good view over their professional life (and personal life as well). Not everybody are fortunate enough to feel that way. Memory works selectively though, a comforting thought

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Old Mar 23, 2010, 10:01 PM   #18
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Three winning pictures for sure, each line in his face tells a story.

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Thank you for viewing and the comment. John Cleese, the Brittish comedian, has made a series of programmes on "The Face". Very interesting

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