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As The Doors sang -
"people are strange when you're a stranger"......
Well - which do you prefer?

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Post #1, Jul 21, 2005 16:23:27


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Hahaha, Simon, did you stick around long enough to see if they got into a fight ???

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First pic is better. The other guy in the second pic ruins it for me.

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ha ha ha ha ha, awesome capture!!!!!!!!!!

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wolfpack wrote:
First pic is better. The other guy in the second pic ruins it for me.

thanks - I wasn't sure which worked better, just that he is really leering at himself in the second .
NO idea why, he hadn't seen me as far as Im aware, gave no indication before or after...

I was actually trying to make a composition out of the railings and mirror when up he popped!

Post #5, Jul 22, 2005 03:34:34 as a reply to wolfpack's post 5 hours earlier.


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how about combining both pictures so that the reflection is from one pic and the real from the other...

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Here's a the first shot and another in B+W
What do you think?

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This is funny! like it! He is just talking to himself I think ))

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Great shots. Hope you dont mind couldnt resist playing with them in CS.

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yakbut wrote:
Great shots. Hope you dont mind couldnt resist playing with them in CS.

ROTFL!!!!!

very good :D

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Post #10, Jul 22, 2005 08:37:49 as a reply to yakbut's post 2 hours earlier.


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Best original candid shots in a long time... good job.

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lol thats funny

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Croasdail wrote:
Best original candid shots in a long time... good job.

Thanks everso- but which prefereth ye?
- The colour, B+W or the crossed-over mirror jobs?

Post #13, Jul 22, 2005 11:29:17 as a reply to Croasdail's post 11 minutes earlier.


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Croasdail wrote:
Best original candid shots in a long time... good job.

Thankyou, I think I'll go out today again with my snapping eye ;)

Post #14, Jul 23, 2005 01:43:59 as a reply to Croasdail's post 14 hours earlier.


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This is a really cool shot, very interesting to my eye, also nicely shot.

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