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Old Mar 1, 2005, 2:19 AM   #1
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We in North America owe a debt to those like my friend and neighbor who served all over Europe in W W 2...
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Old Mar 1, 2005, 3:19 AM   #2
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Nice shot, but you've blown the highlights. Exposure compensation and more fill would have been ideal for this lighting situation.

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Old Mar 1, 2005, 7:24 AM   #3
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nice shot, I love the character of the older generation, mind if I play with the photo??
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Old Mar 1, 2005, 9:37 AM   #4
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nice shot, I love the character old the older generation, mind if I play with the photo??
I don't mind at all. In fact I'm curious to see what you have in mind. Best regards,

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Ok heres three versionsI came up with last night before I retired to bed:-)








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Ok heres three versionsI came up with last night before I retired to bed:-)

Wow...see that's what is neat about pictures. One of'em's worth a thousand words. It is really cool to see (even better when you like what they did) how someone else interpretsthen compare the two. Just gives an entirely new perspective. I like the background you did. I like my face color better. It really makes me feel good to see this particulair face in this many different and pleasant versions. He really is a neat guy. Thanks, I really enjoyed seeing this. Best regards,

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Oh, the stories he could tell!!:-)
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Oh, the stories he could tell!!:-)
Thats the truth...doesn't blow his own horn though. One of the best. Best regards,

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Old Mar 2, 2005, 5:12 PM   #9
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He reminds me of my Father in law who died 24 years ago, he was in his seventies but looked older due to a hard life. I wish he could have lived to see his grandsons grow into men but if he was alive today he would be 100 years old, people are shocked when hubby tells them that his father was 56 when he was born so this is why we had children before 30. I love the stories the older gerneration tell, my grandmother is 98 and tells some real beauties, theold days have more in common with today than we think.:-)
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