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webbo 13 19 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 10:48AM
awesome, beautiful model too


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xanda 13 244 2 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 10:48AM
My gob is well and truly smacked. Wow. Gorgeous everything. CLICK.
oscar 14 4
26 Oct 2005 10:51AM
simply beautiful.
Anthony 15 5.6k 17 Scotland
26 Oct 2005 10:54AM
lovely image, beautiful model, but is the background a little overexposed?

Nice anyway.

elcid 13 150 England
26 Oct 2005 10:58AM
A small pull up on the contrast and you have a winner here.

geoffwd 11 1 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 11:07AM
Lovely - think I prefer the monotone one - both good though
tonymarq 11 1 United States
26 Oct 2005 11:10AM
great capture!
sbphoto 13 19 Ireland
26 Oct 2005 11:11AM
Beautiful model and Photograph, does look a little flat, needs to be tweaked a little.
lyne 13 15
26 Oct 2005 11:20AM
Thanks everyone for your advice,much welcomed,it does look a bit flat i will have a little tweek,i think its because it was a little windy that day alot of movement,thanks again all Lynex
tmann 12 4 2 United States
26 Oct 2005 11:28AM
What a lovely capture!!!...beautiful!!
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
26 Oct 2005 11:31AM
Lovely model,well taken,nice sense of movement.
Westers 12 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
26 Oct 2005 11:34AM
Liked the B&W version and this is just as good.
exclusive 12 579 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 11:39AM
not as good as the b+w version.
Ian White 14 181 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 12:09PM
Very nice,i think it's spot on as it is.
All the best Ian
conrad 13 10.9k 116
26 Oct 2005 12:11PM
I liked the b&w, but I like this equally. Let's get you one click further on your way to an RC, because it deserves it...

PatrickSmith 12 1.2k 2 United States
26 Oct 2005 12:31PM
I like the colour one better. It is just more realistic. And the now green grass provides a much better backdrop and provides more contrast!
GazzaS 11 1
26 Oct 2005 1:08PM
Stunning. Fantastic sense of movement and "what happens next?" in the shot.

The photo to have on your desk at work ... Would certainly provoke interest...

Nice one.
wiktorg 11
26 Oct 2005 1:19PM
It is a great photo. Personally I prefer the sepia-toned one as the overexposed sky doesn't stand out there. On the other hand either version is simply great.
User_Removed 12 4.9k England
26 Oct 2005 1:25PM
Looks great in those natural surroundings.
silburkp 13 3 England
26 Oct 2005 1:39PM
When I saw this I expected it to be second-best to the sepia toned version, but this is excellent. The colour contrast between the her dress and the background is very striking. Look forward to seeing more.
Glamrox 12 304 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 3:01PM
Liked the previous version and like this.
26 Oct 2005 4:16PM
Another fantastic image, but I prefer the previous one ever so slightly more.

steve neil 13 597 Australia
26 Oct 2005 4:44PM
Great work Lyne - love the title too Smile
abel 13 518 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 5:06PM
Very nice. Like the setting, costume and composition.
26 Oct 2005 9:11PM
claret 13 49 England
26 Oct 2005 10:47PM
I think this is even better than the toned version - and that was very good.
User_Removed 14 39 6 Scotland
26 Oct 2005 11:49PM
Have no preferance whatsover both wonderful in there own right.

Luv Victor
urban-hero 13 23 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2005 2:15AM
Superb! I agree that it's difficult to choose between the versions.

tim g 13 13 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2005 8:05AM
Another cracker to add to your excellent portpolio.

icafe 13 19 Canada
27 Oct 2005 10:45PM
Gorgeous !
Arthur Smile
panda 13 5 1 England
28 Oct 2005 3:27AM
Love it as much as the mono, I think its the movement. (And the gorgeous model of course)

lyne 13 15
28 Oct 2005 9:19AM
Thanks all, im not sure of the one i like the best, thanks again Lynex
Tonyd3 13 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2005 12:14AM
Who else but you pleasure to make it no 60

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