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Great prezntime 2007-01-15 20:48

Hello Flavia.
It is a nice shot...particularly sentimental to me...there is yet to be any winter here. It was 73 degrees F today, although, it was quite nice. Regardless, I want some snow. I notice the big smile on his face, he is enjoying his time. Only technical comment would be; if you waited, as you stated, you could have pulled a nice wide horizontal composition.
Well done,
Chris.

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Old 01-16-2007, 09:59 PM
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Hi Chris,

Thanks a lot for your comment on the picture, the only one it received! It do not cease to amaze me how a picture can have about 70 views and only you stoped to comment something. Did you get some snow this days? Here the winter arrived with lots of snow and very low temperatures.

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Old 01-17-2007, 07:27 AM
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No, no snow...it is quite cold today though...30 degrees F less than yesterday. I hope snow will come though...or, margarita drnkin' weather...either will do I guess. I just need some stability 8?)
I also find it interesting that so many will look, but nobody says a thing. I feel compelled to comment on almost all shots, that is not to diminish the good pictures, just that I feel soemthing I have never seen before deserves a comment from myself. It's a good picture...

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