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(by Jeanne Millerto Ceri)

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Comment by Jeanne Miller(5/31/2014 1:03:42 PM) - Wish I were wandering in that lovely mystical misty wonderland.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(5/31/2014 1:02:07 PM) - This leaves me speechless!!!

Comment by Jeanne Miller(5/31/2014 1:01:16 PM) - POV is everything. Dewdrops don't hurt. Nice "fresh" flower pic.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/20/2014 8:26:35 PM) - I'm just an ignorant American, but should these two gentlemen be at ease, casually chatting? Must God save the Queen?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/20/2014 8:23:18 PM) - You know, Wessel, this looks like the beginning of a fairy tale. ;-)

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Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/20/2014 8:17:09 PM) - An emotionally pregnant subject at this particular point in our history. May congress act to restore our welcome to the poor, the huddled masses...

Beautifully photographed, Gene. Great sky.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:13:32 AM) - Interesting photo--study in geometry.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:11:33 AM) - Very strong portrait of woman of strong character.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:10:06 AM) - Foreground very inviting. Would prefer the distant less sharp.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:03:56 AM) - All of the above. Truly captivating. Doesn't she look like Helen Mirren?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:02:08 AM) - I must be falling in love with your photographic touch. Love this one. Did you do much post processing?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 2:00:14 AM) - Very impressive. Human scale not just valuable, but also very interesting.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 1:59:05 AM) - More a journalistic portrait, wouldn't you say? I'd like to see the hand much more clearly.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 1:56:30 AM) - This is indeed fine. I only wish the model had used less defined mascara. To me, the spidery effect around her eyes detracts.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 1:54:39 AM) - I tried this with New St, Louis Cathedral. Yours is far more successful.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(4/8/2014 1:53:25 AM) - I really like this crazy angular sticky photo. Intriguing pov.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/18/2014 3:10:48 PM) - breathtaking

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/18/2014 3:04:46 PM) - does the fact that she's looking away from the door add or subtract from the impact?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/18/2014 2:57:41 PM) - Superb. I'd hang it.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/8/2014 10:25:33 PM) - Why is this pic so striking. Is it the range from deepest black to brightest white? Dunno,but it blowed my sox off.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/8/2014 10:20:44 PM) - We see this shot lots of times. I've even got one. But THIS takes the cake.
Awesome (to quote a Valley babe.)

Comment by Jeanne Miller(3/8/2014 10:17:58 PM) - Such a creative take! Lovely!

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/27/2014 11:09:28 AM) - I like the straight on non-exciting composition very much. Something sly or je ne sais quoi about it for which the sparkly snow is a perfect foil. ;)

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/27/2014 10:59:28 AM) - #3 Ray Griffiths(I'm building an Ark):That must be it :-)

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:13:20 PM) - Like the perspective.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:09:05 PM) - Very dramatic. Wish I were there.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:06:27 PM) - Seems overwrought to me.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:05:30 PM) - Yes, yes, yes!!!

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:04:07 PM) - Is it just moi, or am I seeing double vision effect?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/26/2014 12:01:50 PM) - The plaque's crooked.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/14/2014 12:19:03 AM) - I love the original. It has more snap. More presence. The second version is rather more of a snapshot--cluttered at that.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/14/2014 12:13:08 AM) - Too cluttered and busy for my taste. Spotty trees against spotty mountain ledges.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/14/2014 12:09:31 AM) - Another winner. I saw the one you posted after this first. You are Good! Like you to come and shoot me!
Look at those eyes and that hesitant smile. Like he's a bit embarrassed to be so paid attention to.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/14/2014 12:06:03 AM) - This portrait oozes personality. Almost sure I'm talking to this guy. Light and shadow perfect. Pose refreshingly different. Excellent work.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/9/2014 9:26:38 PM) - This is glorious. Love the light on the palm trees.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/9/2014 9:24:57 PM) - Something disturbing. The sky doesn't seem compatible with the foreground. Was it dropped in?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/9/2014 9:22:36 PM) - All of the above. How was the rosy tint in bg managed--post?

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Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/9/2014 9:17:39 PM) - I appreciate the color scheme and coordination and the portrait is fine, but I think the lip color is decidedly unattractive.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 4:27:40 PM) - Very painterly.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 4:26:08 PM) - As is, she has a more wistful expression than she might have were her eyes sharper. I like.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 4:24:07 PM) - Just perfect. Pure and simple.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 4:21:13 PM) - #1 Elisabeth: Good points. This is a nice, sharp image and dog has pleasant expression, but shot from lower perspective and clean bg--it would pop!

Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 4:17:04 PM) - Fantastic!

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Comment by Jeanne Miller(2/5/2014 3:54:19 PM) - An exceptionally evocative portrait. Congratulations on eliciting the best from your model and kudos on your technique. (High praise for your poetry too.)

Comment by Jeanne Miller(12/12/2013 5:31:39 PM) - OMG! Astonishingly beautiful! Perfect light control, Reidar.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(12/12/2013 5:29:45 PM) - Just lovely and dreamy and lazy. Evocative.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(12/12/2013 5:28:36 PM) - Very unusual group portrait. Backlighting quite effective as is the "funnel" bkgrnd created by the beam. Would like to see it sharper and with a tad more contrast.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(12/12/2013 5:25:47 PM) - Startling in its clarity. Is that ice or water or both? Where is it in Morocco?

Comment by Jeanne Miller(10/1/2013 3:07:00 PM) - Love the POV.

Comment by Jeanne Miller(10/1/2013 3:06:24 PM) - Took my breath away.

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