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Tugboat 14-01-16 21:05

good one Sassan, well done Clive, so simple when you know it!!!!

Gidders 21-01-16 14:19

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Sorry for the delay - I thought I'd posted something :rolleyes:

I haven't had a chance to shoot something specifically so here's an old shot some of you may have seen before - if you have & remember the answer, keep quiet to give others a go - if not guess away ;)

sassan 21-01-16 18:10

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Originally Posted by Gidders (Post 57453)
if you have & remember the answer, keep quiet to give others a go - if not guess away ;)


I know, I know. I should have listen to your last line and act as if I know and pass with prestige so others could guess but must admit, I don't Know! That is even if the quality of the image (Minus the red eye change), Beauty of the subject, excellent light and great pose would not distract me. But anyways let me make a guess, and by no means I am certain in any way:
"Go down like a cup of cold sick"?!!

Gidders 21-01-16 19:13

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Originally Posted by sassan (Post 57454)
"Go down like a cup of cold sick"?!!

Never heard of that - is it one you've invented ;)

PS - no red eye reduction on this one - you dont get red eye with off camera flash :D - 100% crop of unprocessed image attached

sassan 21-01-16 20:57

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Originally Posted by Gidders (Post 57456)
Never heard of that - is it one you've invented ;)

Great. Now I play the role of the one who knows and leave it for others:)


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Originally Posted by Gidders (Post 57456)
No Red eyes. 100% crop of unprocessed image attached

Wow. That was my last, hard to believe, possible explanation. A fully opened pupils, despite flash/studio's light etc. What are you doing? Keeping your model in jet black studio or like Cleopatra, she has used some "belladonna" (Word coming from Bella Donna or Pretty Woman -No Richard Gere or Julia Roberts involvement!), when on olden days, ladies used to keep their eyes wide open (A measure of beauty by that time standard) used to install some essence of herb Atropa belladonna, a potent source of Atropine, that is a mydriatic or pupil opening material/ Same thing your ophthalmologist put into your eyes for "Open eye examination" that you know, you need to be taken home by someone and relax for the rest of day, as you vision will be totally impared/blurred throughout, till effect of medicine is vanished on the next day), that is in addition of using kohl (Not Coal) around the eyes to blacken the margins of eye (When it had large amount of Lead and is well known to be toxic to human).
So I must say, my admirations to all ladies of all ages, and how far they had go to keep themselves beautiful!

OK enough of history. Any taker for this Game? Common don't feel shy.

graham harcombe 21-01-16 21:24

Many a slip twixt cup and lip - perhaps?

Gidders 21-01-16 22:34

Too easy for you - well done Graham

graham harcombe 23-01-16 23:06

It's a proverb...
 
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not a 'what is it' challenge!!

Tugboat 24-01-16 00:06

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Originally Posted by graham harcombe (Post 57491)
not a 'what is it' challenge!!

like a fish out of water?

sassan 24-01-16 04:26

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Originally Posted by graham harcombe (Post 57491)
not a 'what is it' challenge!!

Now this is a "Puzzle" when you saying:" not a 'what is it' challenge!!"
And obviously the question is should we go as What it is, now OR What it is Not?

Well if its still What it is, game, I would guess:
Zone designated as "No flat-chested, balded mermaids allowed here"!!!

otherwise, hint please, as to; Is or Isn't!


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