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11-18-2019, 10:35 AM   #2
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Very dynamic portrait- I like it.
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Striking!
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Very dynamic portrait- I like it.
Thank you!

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Striking!
Thanks so much!

11-18-2019, 02:45 PM   #5
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Well done, lovely and striking.
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In the 1960's in very conservative (at that time) Melbourne (where I grew up) seeing a non-white person was a most unlikely event. So when went to work in Papua New Guinea in the late 1960's I experienced for the first time how dark-skinned people and bright colours could mix - and really make your eyes pop! The pink top here on this striking young woman, combined with the gold metal flecks in the shorts, does just that.
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This image gets a great big like hug from me.

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Agree with the previous, very dramatic. The extreme-low-angle is perfect with her pose. The bike seems a bit out of place though, no way she can ride in those shoes!
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I think the term Sultry and alluring comes to mind
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Feisty and dangerous, in my book. And good luck to her for it!
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Well done, lovely and striking.
Thanks!

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In the 1960's in very conservative (at that time) Melbourne (where I grew up) seeing a non-white person was a most unlikely event. So when went to work in Papua New Guinea in the late 1960's I experienced for the first time how dark-skinned people and bright colours could mix - and really make your eyes pop! The pink top here on this striking young woman, combined with the gold metal flecks in the shorts, does just that.
Thanks! She really makes it work!

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This image gets a great big like hug from me.

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Thanks so much!

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Agree with the previous, very dramatic. The extreme-low-angle is perfect with her pose. The bike seems a bit out of place though, no way she can ride in those shoes!
Thanks!

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I think the term Sultry and alluring comes to mind
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Feisty and dangerous, in my book. And good luck to her for it!
She's a fierce woman for sure.
11-19-2019, 09:12 PM   #12
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Nicely done.
11-20-2019, 08:00 AM   #13
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Nicely done.
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Indeed, nice shot. It looks like one should not mess with her, or he will regret it.

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Agree with the previous, very dramatic. The extreme-low-angle is perfect with her pose. The bike seems a bit out of place though, no way she can ride in those shoes!
There was a bicycle there? Huh... Beautiful shot, and love her looks and expression!
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