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25 Sep 2008 7:17AM
Nadyon szepén!
Hope this is correct Daniel "Hearts" Grin
Johanna

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25 Sep 2008 7:21AM
Thanks so much, Johanna!!! The correct phrase is: nagyon szép.
Kind regards:
Daniel
25 Sep 2008 7:24AM
Brilliant..
very well composed
25 Sep 2008 7:48AM
Nice ring shot

Ali
25 Sep 2008 7:51AM
Many thanks, Ali, Chris and Raadalshawi!
Daniel
25 Sep 2008 7:59AM
An excellent image.
Dave
Paddy 14 254 8 England
25 Sep 2008 8:49AM
Love is ... beautiful SmileP
oneill 8 155 Ireland
25 Sep 2008 9:46AM
a beautiful image,,,
BrokenAir 8 20 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2008 10:35AM
Great idea & shot, what a clever clog Smile
FredF 10 1 France
25 Sep 2008 1:45PM
lovely composition with a great lighting. well done. Can I see these in sepia?

Fred
25 Sep 2008 2:01PM
Dear Fred:
To9 the best of my knowledge sepia is an artificial food given to parrots. If you tell me what this term stands for in photography, I might be able to help you. Remember: I am not a pro but an end user, an absolute amateur, who uses a simple compact digital photo camera with mostly automatic settings. My strength lies in my creativity, which mostly manifests itself in the theme, the composition and the aesthetic value of my pictures (lights, colours).
Daniel
25 Sep 2008 2:03PM
Thanks very much, BrokenAir, Oneill, Fred, Dave and Paddy!!!
Daniel
discreetphoton 12 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2008 9:14PM
Sepia was a dye made from the ink of cephalopods (squid/ cuttlefish etc.)
This was used used to tone old photographs, giving them characteristic warm brown tones, and making the images more resistant to fading. Hope that helps you.
26 Sep 2008 7:41AM
This is certainly very helpful, Kay. Thanks so much for shedding light on this for me!
Daniel

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