A munchkin and a Latvian.

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    More messing around today with my peanut and friend. Any insight would be great.

    Danke.

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    A cutie and a hottie.

    Pictures are well-done too!
     
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    great pix! What lens are you using
     
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    All I have right now is my kits lens....18-55mm.
     
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    Great tones, clarity, and mood in #2 =)
     
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    First shot, of the munchkin, shows what a little darling of a daughter you have. The third shot of your lovely Latvian lady friend shows how beautiful your friend is. I'm not a big fan of the lollipop on the edge of the frame in the second photo, and there seems to be some camera movement in the third (the monochrome) shot of the Latvian lass...bonus points for orienting the camera correctly, the "tall way"!!!!
     

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