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Old 22nd of October 2005 (Sat)   #1
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Default Mexican troubadours

Somewhere around margarita #3, I noticed the good light entering from a high window. As these musician/singers strolled by on their way to another table, I asked if they would pause for a photograph.

Man, there's nothing like natural light.

Hope you like it as much as I do.

Thanks for looking.

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Can not agree more on the use of natural light especially with the primes you've got.
Very nice, warm image.
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I like it alot Steve. It tells a story and the lighting is great..... there is nothing like that sunglow to warm up a photo.
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Ooh now I understand! I have to take 3 margeritas to be able to make beuatifull pictures ...
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Quote: Hope you like it as much as I do.

I do, I do... Wonderful light and captures.
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...and here I thought the post had fallen into obscurity.

Thanks Petkal ! I'm thoroughly enjoying prime lens photography.

Maureen, you're too kind...as always

Salleke, 3 margaritas will probably result in more botched shots than good ones, but it will definitely enbolden you ask more people for their photograph

Joel, thanks for your comments...much appreciated.
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...and here I thought the post had fallen into obscurity.
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Well, sometimes I miss out on things and I make a mental list to go back and check in to folks whom I haven't seen anything in a while. I certainly thought this was worth resurrecting.
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