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11 853 13 Canada
17 Nov 2009 6:03AM
I love this.

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User_Removed 8 1 8 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2009 10:09AM
I love this too... it's brilliant and beautiful... excellent!

Al.
thank you so much! she's my niece... her name is ishi felicity, she knows what to do when she see her uncle (me) holding a camera. hehehe.

@ La Mia Vita... thanks for the award.

Quote:I love this too... it's brilliant and beautiful... excellent!

Al.



@ La Mia Vita... thanks for the award. and by the way... just want to know what makes this Picture deserve to have your Award. I just wanted to see what you see in this picture, it would be helpful for me. thank you so much. Smile
User_Removed 8 1 8 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2009 10:59AM
I like this image so much for a few reasons.... one.. because it reminds me of one of my favourite photographers, Tomio Seike in the way it's cropped and the 'texture' of the image. Another reason I like it is the softness, it's light and tones, but maybe the thing I like most of all is the way in which the viewer is required to 'fill in' the rest of the scene that isn't in the picture. It's a beautiful intimate image... top work!
p.s. despite being a world famous and accomplished photographer, I strongly suspect that Tomio Seike's work would only ever get 5 or 6 clicks on here if he'd ever posted them, so don't be put off by the number of clicks on this picture - it doesn't mean anything.

Al.
22 Nov 2009 10:05PM
Thank you so much.... i'll do what you said! Smile

Quote:I like this image so much for a few reasons.... one.. because it reminds me of one of my favourite photographers, Tomio Seike in the way it's cropped and the 'texture' of the image. Another reason I like it is the softness, it's light and tones, but maybe the thing I like most of all is the way in which the viewer is required to 'fill in' the rest of the scene that isn't in the picture. It's a beautiful intimate image... top work!
p.s. despite being a world famous and accomplished photographer, I strongly suspect that Tomio Seike's work would only ever get 5 or 6 clicks on here if he'd ever posted them, so don't be put off by the number of clicks on this picture - it doesn't mean anything.

Al.

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