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Old 28-10-10, 19:55
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Old 30-10-10, 21:19
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Nice depth of field and what a superb specimen.

Great shot.
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Old 18-11-11, 09:31
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Really nice work Deeno, looks great and agree with Geoff, the depth of the field is great! Bravo!
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Old 22-11-11, 02:39
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I'd say there is too much space on right side. Otherwise very good.


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Old 20-02-14, 07:58
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Nice shot !
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Old 20-02-14, 19:46
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I agree with Susan.
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Old 07-03-14, 21:46
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very nice shot, lovely bokeh, also agree with above about the space on right side.

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