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tull 12 181 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2006 3:20PM
Great selective colouring Judith lovely portrait.

Mark.

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thorn 11 124 2 Scotland
27 Aug 2006 3:21PM
Hi Judith,lovely selective colour,detail,movement,timing and presentation.Excellent lighting and shadows.Take care.AnnSmile
thankyou for your kind comments,much appreciated.
Jaye 10 3
27 Aug 2006 3:21PM
Thanks Mark how did your day out go today think I saw somewhere you were having a day out..
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2006 3:27PM
love the tones and selective colouring Judith, he looks to be having fun,
Chris.
clevercloggs 12 237 2 United Arab Emirates
27 Aug 2006 3:48PM
good treatment, like the selective colouring and the toning. The model is quietly enjoying himself, you can see it.
franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
27 Aug 2006 4:51PM
Very effective selective colouring. Good shot.

regards
Ken
Glostopcat Plus
10 255 2 England
27 Aug 2006 5:02PM
Nice shot, like the use of selective colouring
scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
27 Aug 2006 6:26PM
Really excellent shot.

scott
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
27 Aug 2006 6:38PM
Great selective colouring great shot
Brian.......
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
27 Aug 2006 8:35PM
How do you like to go up in a swing,
Up in the air so blue?
Oh, I do think it the pleasantest thing
Ever a child can do!

Up in the air and over the wall,
Till I can see so wide,
River and trees and cattle and all
Over the countryside--

Till I look down on the garden green,
Down on the roof so brown--
Up in the air I go flying again,
Up in the air and down!

RL Stevenson.
Soon as I saw this one Judith I thought of this Poem . Love the desaturated background to let the wee chap shine out xx
Jaye 10 3
28 Aug 2006 12:08AM
Mavis how lovely to leave that poem and it fits so apt..Thank you all for your comments.
tonymarq 10 1 United States
28 Aug 2006 5:04AM
Judith simply a beautiful image as a childs joy is always a perfect image in my book!

stay well
tonymarq
annefromleo 10 11 1 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2006 6:17AM
like this alot judith, good use of selective colour. Nice one
Anne
Wooly 10 112 4 England
28 Aug 2006 7:28AM
Hi Judith, very nice use of selective colouring.

Alan
billbris 11 3
28 Aug 2006 12:03PM
Agree with all of the above Judith - a lovely image well suited to this treatment.
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
28 Aug 2006 3:12PM
Has a lovely 'yesteryear' feel to it. Very charming study enhanced by your treatment. Bruce
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
28 Aug 2006 4:28PM
Looks like me at that age. I like the selective colour too and the old feel works well, as they have said.
Patrick
hibby 10
28 Aug 2006 4:39PM
Love this shot the colour works so well with the b&w

stevie
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
28 Aug 2006 5:03PM
Perfect use of selective coloring. Nicely captured. -=Walter
Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
28 Aug 2006 9:41PM
Excellent work Judith, the selective colouring is spot-on and I love the toning.



CLIX
RoddBC 10 40 United States
29 Aug 2006 8:02AM
The selective colouring really goes with this capture. Great idea and nicely done too.

Rodd
John_Humphreys 10 69 2 Ireland
29 Aug 2006 9:42AM
The simple pleasures of life! Lovely image Judith and the selective colouring is most effective. John
AlanBW 10 20 England
29 Aug 2006 10:40AM
I like the selective colouring. This is a lovely capture, one to cherish for a long time.
29 Aug 2006 12:35PM
Very nice shot to treasure Jaye, as mentioned the toning is excellent; you can never take too many of them whilst they're young, well taken, Adrian
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
29 Aug 2006 12:41PM
I have no poem .
Just enough to say how good a shot it is.
Rock
highlander 12 32 Scotland
29 Aug 2006 12:42PM
The selective colour and the little boyish look of concentration has a magnetic effect to your scene Judith. Nice work.
Doug.
Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
29 Aug 2006 1:09PM
lovely image - brings back fond memories
- give my regards to Colleen - hope they are all well
iajacks 10 24 England
29 Aug 2006 1:45PM
nice colour selection as it adds great interest to the shot.

well done IAJACKS
Marian 10 62 England
29 Aug 2006 4:53PM
I like your use of selective colouring, you have a good job and it works well, and with Mavis breaking out into verse, this image was well worth a visit.
Marian
Paul_cats 10 61 22 Scotland
29 Aug 2006 5:12PM
Oh yes!!!!! Love this one. Great selective colouring!!
Paul
30 Aug 2006 6:32AM
Very well done Judith, the selective colouring really works well in this shot.
Richard
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
30 Aug 2006 9:34AM
a very well deserved RC!

very well done

ollie
Aurora 11 3 England
30 Aug 2006 10:03AM
The selective colouring really does make Patrick pop out of the picture Judith. A lovely one to keep for the family album.
Barbara
User_Removed 13 39 6 Scotland
30 Aug 2006 10:32AM
Enchanting shot and well coloured

Luv Victor
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2006 2:17PM
An enchanting capture Judith, good use of selective colouring.
C
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
30 Aug 2006 8:52PM
Creative, nice work, Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
vismaya 10 Ireland
31 Aug 2006 4:44PM
Lovely shot, beautiful colouring!
billydo Plus
12 79 United Kingdom
1 Sep 2006 7:25AM
Good work Judith, really adds to the final image.

Neal.
5 Sep 2006 10:54PM
lovely use of selective color. well captured childhood moment.
sputnki 12 10 Canada
6 Sep 2006 10:43AM
Lovely! I still remember the old wooden swing at my grandma's.

Doug
Pegon 10 78 1 England
6 Sep 2006 9:23PM
Nice capture Judith and a nice bit of colouring.
Pete.
8 Sep 2006 4:11AM
Awwwww, That swing and I have alot of memories....
love the photo
elph 10 10 Russian Federation
18 Nov 2006 9:38PM
A lovely family shot! It shines love and peace! Smile Well done!

Serge
cameragirl 11 43 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2006 10:52PM
Wonderful image. Certainly one to treasure!

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