L X1 - One b&w conversion

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Lechero
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L X1 - One b&w conversion
11 months ago

Your c&c are most welcome. Regards,

Eduardo

Best look the gallery picture.

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John Basso
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In reply to Lechero, 11 months ago

Hallo Eduardo.

This is a fabulous photograph.The interaction of the people in this shot beautifully composed with the inclusion of this magnificent tree.And what a tree it is. Bravo .***** Greetings; John Basso.

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Wonderful composition!!!
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Beautifully converged, and you caught a wonderful moment! all the people are placed exactly where they should be. The photo is excellent!

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reminds me of one of those early twentieth century family outing images. beautifully done processing and I love the composition which to me spells fun

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The composition and placement of the people work really well together. Nice one. I also like your conversion.

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In reply to John Basso, 11 months ago

John Basso wrote:

Hallo Eduardo.

This is a fabulous photograph.The interaction of the people in this shot beautifully composed with the inclusion of this magnificent tree.

Thanks very much John, for your generous comment.

And what a tree it is.

It is an strange tree. Some people say it is not a real tree: Phytolacca dioica

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omb%C3%BA

All the best,

Eduardo

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doto41 wrote:

Beautifully converged, and you caught a wonderful moment! all the people are placed exactly where they should be. The photo is excellent! ...............

Hi, Dov. Your comment is appreciated, very much.  

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Eduardo

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reminds me of one of those early twentieth century family outing images. beautifully done processing and I love the composition which to me spells fun...........

Thanks very much, John. i was fortunate; it was one of those seldom moments when I hear _"hurry up, that is waiting for you!" . Best regards.

Eduardo

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Lechero wrote:

Your c&c are most welcome. Regards,

Eduardo

Best look the gallery picture.

This is a fantastic shot, Eduardo. What an amazing tree and your composition with the girl and the man turning his back is first class!... One of your very best, my friend!

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In reply to fti, 11 months ago

fti wrote:

The composition and placement of the people work really well together. Nice one. I also like your conversion.

Thanks very much, fti.

Eduardo

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In reply to l_objectif, 11 months ago

l_objectif wrote:

Lechero wrote:

Your c&c are most welcome. Regards,

Eduardo

Best look the gallery picture.

This is a fantastic shot, Eduardo. What an amazing tree and your composition with the girl and the man turning his back is first class!... One of your very best, my friend!

Louis, thanks very much. I am glad you like the picture.

Eduardo

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