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Framed Hare


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I like documentary and street photography, but a bit of anything else on the side. I tend not to use Photoshop too much, just sticking to the basic adjustments, but sometimes break free to try something "arty".

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Framed Hare

26 Jan 2014 10:36AM   Views : 589 Unique : 469

A while ago in AP they had an article about photographer Peter Denness and featured an image he'd captured of a European hare. I fell in love with it and sent off for a proper print via RedBubble, which arrived a few weeks ago. I thought the picture called for a statement frame, the hare being so regal and mysterious, so I chose a completely over-the-top gold one. I got the picture back yesterday and absolutely love it.

My pic of the pic and frame is a bit wonky as I just balanced it on the back of the sofa as everywhere else is really dark at the moment, but it gives you an idea. My walls are getting rather busy these days. Smile


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JohnoP 18 2
27 Apr 2014 5:27PM
I can understand your attraction to this it looks superb on your wall! John

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