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Old May 17, 2012, 8:46 PM   #51
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#36) Backpacking.


#37) Sage.

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G'day vvc

I do enjoy viewing your images of US life - both a superb technical achievement on your part + a glimpse of the 'au-naturale' side of the world you live in

Regrettably, the world-wide view of the USA as shown to us by hollywood does little to promote the best/normal/everyday side of US life & times, but your images do reverberate with me

Thanks & keep 'em coming
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New York's number one citizen! You are making New York more beautiful than ever!
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Thank you, Phil, WCKSer.

This series started out with me taking classic shots of NYC landmarks for later HDR processing. Since I'm taking several shots on a tripod, people often stray in my shot and hold still for several frames doing various things. That's when I noticed that body language can convey mood and stories, too, just as closeup pictures of people's facial expressions do.

I hope to be able to keep taking those shots that show "normal/everyday side of US life & times."

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#42) Bending over backwards.
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G'day vvc

As always - another visual treat for us
I do enjoy these glimpses into your world > and the hdr-pp you are putting into them to enhance our pleasure is great

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Some days I get lucky, snag more than a few worthwhile shots, and think there's a shot lurking in every corner in NYC. Then again some days I come back empty-handed. Thank you, Phil. I'm glad you like them.

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