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Old 7th of June 2006 (Wed)   #241
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Cos, she's beautiful... congratulations!
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Thanks man. I found the virtues of older scandinavian women amazing. She's top notch and an amazing artist. Very supportive of the photography....
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yeah, cos, she's beautiful, and that's a great shot. What lens do you use for that lovely bokeh?
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This is not the best shot of my fiancee' by far. But its all I have at the moment. I love the genuine smile and laugh. Her grandmother was ready and she wasn't.

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Old 8th of June 2006 (Thu)   #245
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Nice shot of your fiance and daughter
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Old 8th of June 2006 (Thu)   #246
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hope, i apoligize for some peoples dim humor. i feel the comment was in poor taste, you look marvelous and i would not worry your pretty little head about what they have to say!you should not have to get on here to defend yourself or the clothes you wear.
in texas we try to treat ladies differently. once again you look great would love to see you in front of camera more often!!
Oh, give me a break. I commented on how good the photos were and I think she looks great. She obviously had no problems with the joke and understood it that way. You don't know me or how I treat people.
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lol, this is hope writing now its just a bleach stain they are the jeans with the "distressed" look, its a bleach stain and a hole lol, but now that you point that out I might have to photoshop it out! hehe

Im not a model and I normally hate being in front of the camera, so for the OP's wife, if I can do it, YOU can do it! LOL
I knew it was either bleach or paint. And I am glad you read it as it was intended, just a joke. Whether you are a model or not, I can't say, but juding by these you have potential. The OP is a lucky man.
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yeah, cos, she's beautiful, and that's a great shot. What lens do you use for that lovely bokeh?
70-200 F/4 L

Such a nice lens to use.
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70-200 F/4 L

Such a nice lens to use.
Finally, a lens I actually have. Lovely.

Yeah, it does quite well at F4.
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One of my current favorites of my wife. Just took this last Friday in a cramped organ loft.

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One of my current favorites of my wife. Just took this last Friday in a cramped organ loft.

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Yes, that is an outstanding picture. Look at the lighting! Nice makeup too. Beautiful woman.
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sing4u, that's a nice shot. I love the piano/organ and how her hands are on it.
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Sing4U, great photo. I love your gallery as well. She's a beautiful and sexy lady and works wonderfly with the camera. Great work!

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I knew it was either bleach or paint. And I am glad you read it as it was intended, just a joke. Whether you are a model or not, I can't say, but juding by these you have potential. The OP is a lucky man.
Hehe, I knew you were all just kidding, if anyone has a sense of humor it's me and I probably would have made the joke first if I had the chance! LOL

As for the modelling thing, I did it a lot as a child and early teens, but then I stopped growing at at the stunning height of 5'1" LOL yeah, Im a shorty so that was the end of that career path! haha.

So When I do model, I have a pair of 6 and a half inch stripper heels that I wear so I look a lot longer and taller than I reallya m, even when sitting!

I just got a funky new hair cut so Ill have James post more pix soon! BTW, everyone here has purdy wives! Youre all lucky, lucky boys
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This is a great thread. Maybe I'll try some of the suggestions mentioned to get my wife to let me take more pictures of her.
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