Tuesday, June 9, 2009

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19 comments:

  1. It looks like this man appeared from nowhere! And as if he thought the same about you! Wonderful photo!

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  2. ah... or more like oh no.. I read an article yesterday about Geneva, how it was so dull and grey always and how Ticino area is so full of life and colors...

    Great catch!

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  3. I like how you play with shadows and movement - I have no clue how to do that!

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  4. Guilty conscience perhaps...

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  5. Well, Shaun, I'm sure glad you stopped by Ocala DP as now I've found this beautiful blog!

    Terrific photographs; you're very skilled. I will return and spend more time here!

    Thanks!

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  6. Medam: He did sort of... I was waiting for him...
    ExpatTraveler: Zurich is percieved as "more" grey... true about Ticino I would agree
    ellievellie: EMail?
    Aileni: You too huh?

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  7. Wow What A Capture !! You Really Take Wonderful Photos !!Thanks For Sharing

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  8. a great capture...the ghost has arrived

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  9. No, not guilty - preoccupied. Maybe puzzled.

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  10. Very nicely surprised, perhaps! Great capture!

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  11. Why? It is fun to know how it looked at the begginig, but I like the effect of person emergine from the shadows of the busy buzzing moving life. I will be happy to know how you do it - email

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  12. I am sorry I haven't seen the first one *curious*. The lighting is cool. Light on the white trousers, white shirt, white beard and white of the eyes.

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  13. Baron: That is what I thought...
    Aileni: I think the past "changes" that I did made him seem a little sinister and therefore the "suspicion"... agree with you though
    Thorne: Thank you
    ellievellie: will do
    Martina: Thanks, I gave it a zoomed in effect. I have experimented a little lately, and while I have never really been a fan of too many changes thought it looked ok on this one. Problem is though that my computer monitor settings are not right and looking at it on my home pc realised that there were some problems with the light,,,, and hence revert back to "normal"... learning process. I still like this though but thought he deserved some "attention"..... thanks for visiting...

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  14. I still say : A Great Shot" A+++ for artistic composition...! Bravo

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  15. Interesting image, Shaun.
    He looks really surprised!

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  16. That's a really interesting portrait - full of surprise!
    Jackie

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  17. Thanks Jackie for comment and visit... hence my title :)

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