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Old Aug 22, 2012, 9:07 AM   #1
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Old Aug 22, 2012, 11:13 AM   #2
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Good skin tone and color rendition! Although the skin of the rhino is very much the same color as the background but it does not blend in and this is what makes this picture unique.
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Thanks WCKSer, very much appreciated.

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Nice pose...guess that's what happens when you keep a model on their feet too long.
I agree on the skin tones, nice capture.
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Cool shot. Don't see to many of those in my part of town
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Nice pose...guess that's what happens when you keep a model on their feet too long.
I agree on the skin tones, nice capture.
Thank you Sir for the comment.

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Cool shot. Don't see to many of those in my part of town
Thanks Mugmar.

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nice work.

Not sure if you took this on a Monday but the emotion of the scene reminds me of how I feel on a Monday back at work.
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nice work.

Not sure if you took this on a Monday but the emotion of the scene reminds me of how I feel on a Monday back at work.
Thanks Ramcewan, me too.

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