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A wonderfully different and imaginative capture.
There's a beautiful and natural environmental portrait here.
I don't know whether the special effects were done in camera (slow shutter speed suggests that they may have been) - I have to say that I think the shot would be stronger without. It's so well composed and seen that it simply doesn't need anythign except a straight treatment.
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