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took at my boyfriends house one of my favorite pictures



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Registered: July 2006
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Date: Sun July 2, 2006
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cutelittlekittykat1: I'm not sure what to say about your pictures--all of them--because they have an immediate outward appearance: they seem incomplete. Now, I've gone and said that, but you should know that my instinct says that their apparant condition gives rise to the suspicion that there's something else going on that needs mention. Along with the first impression of fuzziness and such, there comes the instinctive knowledge that each shot shows a valid slice of life, that each is a speaker for a part of living reality that makes up the tapestry of humanity. Each shot separately, I wonder. Taken as a whole, I think they are quite the work, and feel you should keep it up. Hope you have gotten some encouragement from this mixed message, because I believe you're on the right track, and you should continue.--Chris
#1 Sun July 2, 2006 7:52am

I'm not sure about the sepia, but I love the compostion and subject.
#2 Mon July 3, 2006 1:24pm

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