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8 February 09 "Shining Eyes and Shining Bonnets - Two"

By GeorgeRusky
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8 Feb 2009 11:18AM
Nice looking Woman George, I like the lighting on V3. A nice addition to this lovely set.

John Smile
Ray42 13 3 England
8 Feb 2009 11:23AM
Nice looking wench George - v2 for me
lonely_oryx 14 61 55 England
8 Feb 2009 11:31AM
The girl is up to your normal high standard. #2 is superb
BERTRAM 13 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2009 12:38PM
I like v3 the best.
TonyFrith 14 3 6 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2009 4:36PM
V2 for me as well
DP_Imagery 17 24 6 Wales
8 Feb 2009 4:50PM
I like the naturalness of v1 and also the more dramatic feel of v3. V1 probably just wins for me.

Lovely lady, beautifully taken George.


digiray63 14 4 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2009 10:09PM
No2 is my favourite but they are all great shots George.
mark1309 14 13 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2009 11:47PM
I like all versions George, they all have something different to offer, beautiful girl, she looks very tall,
tony64 17 204 9 England
8 Feb 2009 11:54PM
V1 for me George, a beautiful woman!
MRSbiscuit60 13 224 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2009 9:11AM
both are beautiful models.
dianah 15 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2009 3:07PM
I prefer version 2 George. The light is excellent and the emphasis is on the model..she seems so tall. The crop of the car looks good in the portrait frame too.
AnneWorner 14 620 43 United States
9 Feb 2009 3:22PM
Interesting pov in this - she appears so tall. I think I prefer the cropped version to take out the background distraction here, however, I would have like to see a bit more headroom, as she feels cramped within the frame.
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
11 Feb 2009 2:11PM
Wonderful how the dress matches the car-- Harmonious colors make this image sing!
FeatherFriend 13 38 217 England
11 Feb 2009 5:32PM
Wonderfull shots again George, #2 for me,
JimV 15 6 3 Canada
11 Feb 2009 9:28PM
Like just about every other viewer it's V2 for me too George ~ but wait a minute! ~ I think your inclusion of the background girl in the others (while a distraction) is very deliberate ~ while they are on the floor, the girls are all charm and smiles ~ whereas that other girl tells the true story, as one can see, it's really a hard days work! Making us think as always!
Rgds., Jim
Brilane 15 5 12 Wales
12 Feb 2009 1:49AM
Definitely vers.2, George.
brownsilent 14 7 2 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2009 7:12AM
Oh well, I think this lady was extra made for Maserati - superb!
Mikelane 14 1 Wales
12 Feb 2009 4:13PM
Stunning work as always george well captured beautiful looking models too,regards
gary_d 13 576 13 Wales
12 Feb 2009 5:31PM
Another great piece of work and the GR smile. - gary
stolzy 15 3.8k 7
12 Feb 2009 8:20PM
Is it just me, or this this a rather average, poorly lit picture of a girl standing next to a car in front of a mess background with her mate having a cuppa behind.
Somebody explain please.
peterkin 18 683 England
12 Feb 2009 8:50PM
Version 2 for me. Nice one, George.


Quote:Is it just me

12 Feb 2009 9:09PM
No it's not...
DolphinLady 15 54 1 Wales
13 Feb 2009 11:25PM
V2 for me George.
Lovely piece of cropping.
Beautiful smile.

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