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    Here are five from Daryl's fancy lady.

    Fuj realia 100

    The door is a combination of late evening sunlight and tungsten. Don't remember the exposure, but it was long.

    The roses were on a cloudy morning, a minute and a half, I think. Attached files

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    The brushes were a pretty short exposure, about 4 seconds,
    The faucet quite long, about three minutes. I started the exposure and the sun went behind a cloud so I just left it open until the sun came back and then exposed for what I'd measured originally, a minute and a half.
    Got seduced by the viewfinder and kept forgetting about parallax. Attached files

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    One last one- I put her on the ground to face the similarly outfitted habaneros.
    Also about a minute and a half.

    BTW, these are all from one roll.

    I'll probably send her off to Eddie now. I did buy a second roll, but think I'll make a cardboard 6 x 12 for that. Attached files

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    Nice work, Nick. The first is my favorite.

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    I really like that first one too. The whole group is great tho too. Sure you don't want to bless us with another roll?

    :'(

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    Parallax or not, I like the composition on all four. Very painterly, Nick. I love the stained glass look of the rose image.

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    The lady produces through your eyes...........sweet stuff!

    I love the photographers (artists) ability to lift the mundane to rare and beautiful; I really like Sarahs brushes.........minimalist and clean.

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    Wow! Geez Louise these are all great!!
    I guess I'm attracted to number one - kinda abstract with a compositional flare of lines.
    But then there is the hot heart shaped passionately burning hot habenero!!
    But then... there's the rose ....and the chrome plumbing ... and those brushes - the lines!!
    Life is too short!!

    She is going to read me the riot act about my neglecting her and taking her for granted when she gets home - that's for sure. What am I going to do? :'(

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    Lady in Red in Oshkosh

    Quote Originally Posted by Daryl
    What am I going to do? :'(
    Oh.........my.........GAWDDDDDD.........Daryl at a loss for words!!!!!!!!

    ((ChannelIng SARGE)).........SHOOT MORE FILM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Nick, there's an almost unearthly "freshness" and light in these photos. They're simply beautiful!
    Great stuff!

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