Saturday, October 31, 2009

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25 comments:

  1. Wow, this photo says Switzerland all over it! Superb. I used to have a pipe like that, too! And I'm not even Swiss!

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  2. Great shot; I sometimes think those pipes are more ornamental than practical. Looks like a nice day in the mountains.

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  3. Wow ... a wonderful portrait. I don't think I've ever seen a pipe like that .. in fact it's extremely unusual to see any pipes these days around here.

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  4. The pipe, the hat, the hillside ... you really tug the heart strings when you want to, Sean.

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  5. You are producing some great studies.

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  6. stunning portrait. superb. i like it. well done

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  7. Just sitting there watching the hills or watching the river flow ... resting with the pipe. Great study, great photograph, Sean! All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

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  8. Great. I love the staff, the pipe and the hat. The model is very inspiring too.

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  9. If all of us of could age like that - and if everyone could shoot such portraits. Sigh.

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  10. What a great portrait! Like frown up people, thsyr faces tells a story, and show ous a lot of visdom :-) Perfect.

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  11. nice portrait of an alpine herdsman.

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  12. Fantastic shot and a wonderful model.

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  13. Fantastic shot! I really like the hat, the man and the pipe, the hole picture... Good in b&w !

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  14. you have a great gift for these.

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  15. Stunning photo. A tender portrait of an old man. Fantastic pipe.

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  16. This reminds me about Tv series I watched as a kid about Heidy. This man is totally in sinc with the mountains

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  17. Looking misterious and so detached...great portrait!

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  18. Do people really dress like that?
    Or is it some sort of dress up national day?

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