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JouŠo 13 56 Finland
15 Jan 2006 8:14AM
NOW I knew it was YOU, Mo! LOL..........
...and it wasnt me viewing 250 times...LOL...

Another good one, Mo!


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MoWiz 12 114 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2006 8:15AM
your secret is safe with me Jouko, LOL
Jasbe 12 116 England
15 Jan 2006 8:31AM
Nice one Mo, not guilty either on the viewing.
glazzaro 13 70 23 United States
15 Jan 2006 8:32AM
Much better Mo, the re-work looks great, well done Sir! Spot on! Click!!!

KBan 13 502 4 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2006 8:42AM
looks good Mo
exposure Plus
13 5.7k England
15 Jan 2006 8:45AM
A Brilliant portrait lovely composition and detail light and tones.
MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
15 Jan 2006 8:57AM
So this is what you get up to in your spare time Mo. Nice one mate, mean moody and magnificent
Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
15 Jan 2006 9:06AM
You are no less evil than I am...Wink
TonyA 13 11 Spain
15 Jan 2006 9:09AM
Good mood pose and lighting.

arnieg Plus
13 704 England
15 Jan 2006 9:14AM
works well again
ValSaxby Plus
12 146 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2006 9:17AM
Works really well, imho this is much better than the original. lovely work.
boot 13 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2006 9:33AM
Nice mood Mo like it..
Retnyap 13 28
15 Jan 2006 9:36AM
Yep, this is the one for me. Better alround shot pose, lighting and feel.
Davey P.
Sina 12
15 Jan 2006 10:05AM
Very nice picture.

Thank you for your tips, will use them on my next one.
thorn 13 124 2 Scotland
15 Jan 2006 10:05AM
Hi Mo,i like the lighting better in this one,it gives a softer look.Take care.AnnSmile
jan 1 14 12 Netherlands
15 Jan 2006 10:12AM
Nice pictures they are, Mo.
see you in a week
mic5cott 12 1
15 Jan 2006 10:18AM
Thanks for putting up another shot of this exceptional model Mo, I'll hold my hands up and admit I viewed the first one several times, didn't think it was 250 times though, LOL .clik
norton 14 6 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2006 10:26AM
Great colour,lighting,and composition....Nice one Mo....

lizziew 13 5
15 Jan 2006 10:43AM
great pose very moody shot well captured........liz
Pegon 12 78 1 England
15 Jan 2006 10:49AM
Nice work Mo , the lighting is a lot better on this one .
Pete .
15 Jan 2006 11:08AM
the oh la la la often gets the viewers.. hehehehe winks !!!!

it has an air of victorian the outfit and setting... lovely mo...

taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
15 Jan 2006 11:08AM
Yes, it does seem to be an improvement!
15 Jan 2006 11:14AM
Have your your 30th on me Mo .... Congrats .... lighting is a little softer here ... and there is no burnout .... an imrovement over the previous upload! Click*
15 Jan 2006 11:15AM
got beaten to it as I was typing ... haha .. sorry Mo!
15 Jan 2006 11:20AM
lovely light and tones,great image
JouŠo 13 56 Finland
15 Jan 2006 11:21AM
Mo: LOL...More, please... ; )

highlander 14 32 Scotland
15 Jan 2006 12:50PM
Oh its not fair Mo you get all the good jobs to photograph and all I get is the lochs and glens, LOL...Aye no bad for some...good work my friend and a fine colourful and pretty model to work with.
Portknockie 13 48 Scotland
15 Jan 2006 11:50PM
I liked the last up load and I like this as well..Smile

Great work..

16 Jan 2006 12:36AM
Like this softer version, Mo, but I Luv the higher contrast of the 1st shot....Both very nice!
Had to smile at some of the comments....Always fun!
Suzan Smile
User_Removed 15 39 6 Scotland
16 Jan 2006 12:52AM
Hi Mo.
Now this is a brilliant shot of a great model , the whole scene works so well, colours, props and costume are wonderful Victor
denka 13 7 Finland
16 Jan 2006 2:36AM
I think this is great! Working with an exceptional model. I like this one more than your first upload. The contrast is much better in this one. I love the seductive feel in it. The only thing that bothers me a little bit is the models tattoo on her shoulder. It draws a little attention away from the model I think. Good eyecontact by the way. Thnx for your comments Mo much appreciated. Keep up the fantastic work mate.

A Booth 15 11 4 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2006 3:52AM
nice composition - effective use of tones on this glamourous person.
mic5cott 12 1
16 Jan 2006 6:35AM
Hi Mo, thanks for your comments. I see this is doing well, you've found a niche here. mike
vparmar 13 7 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2006 8:03AM
this is much better Mo - contrast is much better - well done

PatrickSmith 13 1.2k 2 United States
16 Jan 2006 8:17AM
Yes, I just saw the last one, and this one is more evenly balanced. I'd also like to see a version halfway in between the two, where the bright spots are not too bright but where the darker areas still have more detail. LOL - And then once you've done that I'll ask for other changes just to keep the series alive!
hebdens 12 5
16 Jan 2006 8:44AM
great shot and set up,its good to try something different.well done !!!
Rock Plus
15 10 2 England
16 Jan 2006 10:23AM
And she likes her Beer,
And they call her, Chushy Butterfield ,
And I wish she was here !!!

It is a alternative winner.
ChristineL 13 39 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2006 10:43AM
She's certaimly a glam lady, the lighting on this is much better ( to my tastes) than the previous shot, nice one,
Hawkgenes 13 10 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2006 12:03PM
A very impressive lady and a great picture

yjjeep 14 13
16 Jan 2006 3:20PM
Looks great.
Leo 16 46 9 England
16 Jan 2006 11:39PM
Works well this one Mo..definitely the best of them...the body shape, right down to her feet looks smooth and all in line....I have to smile at the overall impression the image givesSmile
Well done mate...

17 Jan 2006 2:04PM
nice pose and outfit
good exposure
dalowsons 14 89 Australia
24 Jan 2006 10:04AM
I like the more even lighting on this one, but overall I think I prefer the first one. Both great though !
davidbailie 14 457 7 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2006 6:50AM
Great feel to this

gajewski Plus
13 10 9 United States
2 Mar 2006 2:02PM
I like this version very much. I didn't read the comments on the first version but I did notice that the highlights are a bit more controled on this one, preserving detail.
VERY nice shot. -=Walter

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