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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Rick Waldroup, May 20, 2011.
Three Photographers - Museum of Modern Art - Fort Worth, Texas - May 20, 2011
Nice capture Rick... I like it.
You set that up.
Very nice Rick.....
Love it. All comes together wonderfully here.
I want to thank everyone for their comments.
Gary, I get accused of that all the time....
Very nice Rick. But I think you should change the name to "four photographers" because you're obviously involved also! And it will confuse people at first, which is always good - keeps us on our toes.
Great shot Rick!
I checked out your blog and it seems we have many of the same haunts around the metroplex, although I do have to say I've never made it to Stephenville for midge wrestling...
Thanks, Ray and Frank, for the comments.
I may just change the title, Ray. Really, I had not thought about that until you mentioned it. Not a bad idea at all.
Frank, let me tell you, you haven't lived if you have not witnessed midget wrestling at least once in your lifetime....
What part of the metroplex are you in?
hahaha... I may need to head to Stephenville then and check that out!
I'm in Arlington next to UTA. My wife is working on her masters while teaching full-time so living next to the university is convenient.
We spend a lot of time in FW though and I work in Dallas so on any given day I've been in Dallas, Arlington and Fort Worth on the same day... I tend to rack up millage on the car quickly!! We need better mass transit across DFW!!!!
I really like this photograph and no offence intended but it started me chuckling. All these people holding their cameras out in front of them as if they are in the movie "The Night of the Living Dead" So now I have a visual of how to take pictures with an EV screen "The Zombi Stance". Instead of brains, brains, brains, I will think of pixels, pixels, pixels!
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