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17 Feb 2013 8:50AM
Beautiful shot

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RobboB Plus
9 111 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 3:27PM
Superb capture. Works well in mono
Another beautiful portrait!
JNC
stevewlb 11 6 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 5:04PM
Thanks enormously for the awards- really made my day!
Buffalo_Tom Plus
9 2.3k 9 Wales
17 Feb 2013 5:19PM
A wonderful portrait.
Tom.
comma 8 108 6 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 7:20PM
super portrait - like it
franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
18 Feb 2013 10:59AM
A worthy winner - superb!

Ken
TTT 14 573 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2013 1:37PM
Absolutely brilliant portrait, well done......
18 Feb 2013 6:00PM
Gorgrous and evocative
Take-a-View 12 293 5 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2013 11:29PM
Excellent capture
zeri 10
19 Feb 2013 6:17PM
well captured!

congrats!
20 Feb 2013 8:24AM
Congratulations for awards! Beautiful moment....good jobSmile
Zaneta
RLF Plus
6 17 4 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2013 3:34PM
Superb capture. A treat for the eyes. It really makes you aware of how lucky we are!
MNS 4 United Arab Emirates
20 Feb 2013 7:01PM
great capture and processing Grin
A great portrait. Superb capture
Effrossini
Irishkate Plus
5 33 96 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2013 12:19AM
A stunning mono portrait.
KateGrinGrinGrin
pablophotographer 4 596 240
21 Feb 2013 1:42PM
Hi,
I would like to congratulate you for your picture as well.
The reasons that I do are very different to the reasons mentioned above.
I do like your black and white exercise (or execution), I do like the vertical orientation of the picture,
the use of natural light and the play of shades. THESE ARE TECHNICALITIES FOR PEOPLE WHO JUST SEE.

I shall congratulate you because your picture as a medium transfers a feeling, (two sentiments are being caught by your lens, the one from the mother and the one from the child, love and puzzleness respectively) TECHNICALITIES DON'T MATTER , feelings do. I take a guess you have sensed these feelings yourself when you pressed the shutter button.

I am very disappointed that people just see the "pixels" and miss the feelings of a picture,
as a photograpoher whose name I forget had said,
"I don't mind about depth of focus, I mind about depth of feelings."
alistairfarrugia 3 164 88 Malta
23 Feb 2013 8:00AM
In my view this scores on both technical and emotional issues. It has the wow-factor and makes you stop and wonder. Message delivered. In terms of technicalities, the picture has its merits as well. The composition is nice and the mono-treatment is a treat, excuse the pun. So well deserved POTW! Gets my user award too.
10 Mar 2013 10:18PM
A loving mother and an unsure child safe in the knowledge that mum is there great shotSmile
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
23 Mar 2013 12:30PM
stunning shot

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