Father and Daughter!

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Here is a capture from my weekend trip to Southern Illinois this last weekend. This is my bother-in-law and his 4 month old daughter. C/C welcome, ote. Thanks for looking!!

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    That's beautiful Clark. The only thing it needs is a bit more light in the eyes, but it's a very touching and well done photo.
     
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    Nice work.. I know Mom will like it. It could be a lovely Christmas present........
     
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    Could you have tried a different angle so at least a part of the babies face was showing? Otherwise, yes, very nice.

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    I agree, I would have liked to have gotten emalynns face in the picture, and we tried, but she was well determined to get some sleep. Plus it wasn't really planned, I just was foolin around and noticed a good lighting situation and snapped a few. Thanks for all the comments.
     
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    Nicely done. Looking forward to seeing the little one's face someday (soon I hope)!
     

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