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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Roni G, Feb 13, 2010.
Panasonic G1 and 45-200mm Panasonic lens.
Absolutely love the first image - (it reminds me of a girl I once knew), the expression, colour, background and clarity all work really well together.
This would make a great card!
Great comment, Ian! Roni, I saw these while I was just wandering around in the galleries..and commented directly on one. I particularly liked your titles in there, too.
Superb details! Is this a young "malcontent" and/or do you know what he or she was "in for"? That's in reference to the titled versions in the gallery.
Thank you Ian and BBW.
Ian - I know this girl! :smile:
BBW - Don't know but I am sure she has left her fingerprints somewhere!
Awesome 1st shot, the last one is also a great angle.
I love the texture and colour of these - wonderful!
Thanks for sharing
Heck Roni G, that makes two of us then - but I always said to her that she has one of those "once seen never forgotten faces" - no matter how hard you try!
fantastic - you must be really pleased with those shots
great shot, looks sharp as well
Why Ian, do they have girls like that in the UK??
My daughter says she looks like Tammy Faye Baker
agreed, great stuff esp. the 1st
Hey Ronie G, is the white background the sky? Or have you done something to make it like that?
I'm glad that i haven't seen any girls in Australia like that yet:smile:
I would hate to have a bad image stuck in my memory, and i would dream at night with those eyes boring into my soul. SOunds like you better keep them in the UK
That is why certain people/groups in the UK refer to girls as "Birds".
Haha Ian, that is the funniest thing i heard all day. YOu sent me to bed with a smile.:smile:
I want one (for Christmas), the Turkey was a bit tough last year!
Yep, Birds in the UK, Sheilas' in Oz, Broads or Chicks in N/A...whatever they turn us males on! Nothin like 'em in the universe!!
Oh, and by the way fun to one side...great photographs of the "Birds".
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