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11 Nov 2004 6:18AM
nice pose - only thing different would be to sweep the fringe from her left eye a little bit. other than that, a lovely shot

Lyndsay

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steffilewis 12 179 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 6:34AM
I dunno ... I like messy hair! Works for me. Pretty girl. Lovely portrait *click*
11 Nov 2004 7:54AM
Lovely shot - I would prefer to see a little more shadow and depth - but gets my click
panda 12 5 1 England
11 Nov 2004 8:51AM
I thought I had seen this young lady before! Yes I think I prefer this colour version.

Phil
lyne 12 15
11 Nov 2004 9:22AM
Lovely portrait well done.lyne
Tom_Charles 11 279
11 Nov 2004 10:41AM
Great exposure. Its a good shot.

Tom
imjam 12 2 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2004 2:07PM
Nice shot, I second your comments on bull fighting
starstriders 12 1.6k United Kingdom
20 Nov 2004 3:30PM
I second your comments on bullfighting too but NOT on the broad sweeping criticism of Spanish people as a whole!
bauer 12
20 Nov 2004 6:28PM
Rob: El mundo existe de la manera que es por la diferencia de criterios y gustos de cada uno de los pueblos. En Alemania asesinaron a miles de personas inocentes, antes de ello fueron torturadas, separadas de sus familias vejadas y ultrajadas y no por ello yo juzgo a cada ciudadano aleman como asesino. La corrida de toros para muchos es un arte, igual que para el Principe de Gales es un "arte" matar zorros, codornices y tantos otros animales perseguidos antes por gordos perros entrenados para ello. Gracias.
starstriders 12 1.6k United Kingdom
21 Nov 2004 3:28PM
Rough translation for you Rob...as I feel it's important you know...

The world exists in a way that has different criteria and tastes of each nation. In Germany they assassinated thousands of innocent people after they were tortured, separated from their friends and families, and for that reason, I do not judge each citizen of Germany as a murderer. The fighting of bulls for many is an art, just as for the Prince of Wales it is an "art" to kill foxes, quails and so many other animals persecuted before by fat dogs trained for it. Thanks.

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