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    Posted: 15 November 2009 at 21:37
thank you again everyone!
p-man, it was not posed! My children were just playing while taking their morning bath
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Post Options Post Options   Quote p_man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 October 2009 at 12:38
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Excellent photo - I'm just curious if it was posed or a happy accident.

sue - I loved yours as well. wonderful control of light and toning.
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Beautiful deserved winner, with Sues not far behind.
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Congrats to the winner - sorry that I didn't vote on this one, time slipped by I'm afraid. As soon as this shot was posted it was the winner in my eyes... the moment is just beautiful and the processing compliments it perfectly. Great job
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It was clear from the beginning, these two really stood out. Congrats to diagaz and sue
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Thanks for the comments guys-[I always was a bit of a tomboy ]
 



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Psst Wolfy, not sure what Sue will think about that...
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I can see why it was so close, great photos guys and congrats.


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Couldn't have been a closer run contest.... great pictures both of you.


Magic moment, and sheer elegance. Well done.


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beautiful. high key stuff is not easy to pull off and you have both done it to perfection. well done. :D
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Wow, such excelent images from both of you, lovely fun vs perfect elegans.
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Congratulations to both, they are beautiful photos!
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Gorgeous photo! Everything about it is just perfect!

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By the way, the baby in my picture is my daughter Marta!

Edited by diagaz72 - 12 September 2009 at 10:35
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