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PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
14 Aug 2012 4:20AM
wow.. i dont know why no comments even after these many votes..
the air is full of solemnity and respect.. a life lived well and honorably doing all the duties, and a smile of satisfaction.. enhanced by the fact that she is a lady, and the technicalities, light, tones, perspective and the ambiance incl her garment enhanced it even more..
A very commendable and relevant job.

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tonyguitar 6 65 37 Canada
14 Aug 2012 5:37AM
The lighting and the fabric textures are classic. I agree with Peekay above too. TG
14 Aug 2012 8:05AM
Thanks you both for your lovely comments, and to everyone for their votes, all very much appreciated.
chase 12 1.1k 246 England
14 Aug 2012 8:08AM
Lovely drop of window light K.
I like the position of her hand on the sill & that nice little rusty hinge on the window.
14 Aug 2012 8:47AM
Thanks Janet.
backbeat Plus
12 134 1 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2012 9:57AM
It's always a bit irritating I find when re-enactors wear modern specs! Still, it's a fab image with such lovely soft window light

14 Aug 2012 10:02AM
lol I see what you mean Phil, didnt notice before. Mind you, probably a good job - theres was a lot of stuff to knock over and a few twitchy NT volunteers.
RLF Plus
8 18 4 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2012 10:02AM
It reminds me of Whistler's Mother.
Wonderfully captured. Superb stuff.Grin
Richsr 11 91 223 England
14 Aug 2012 10:33AM
Like the window lighting here k.
Regards Richarad
14 Aug 2012 6:24PM
thank you Smile
14 Aug 2012 8:11PM
The light is sublime. Great shot.
K_T 6 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2012 11:49AM
Very nicely done, you can almost feel the lady waiting from someone to return or perhaps the postman to bring an important letter.

Thank you soooooooooo much for your GE award today, it was a very pleasant surprise. I don't get many GE awards and I think they are very important as they give a broader perspective on peoples thank you!
19 Aug 2012 11:18PM
I Thank you too Smile

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