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  1. ClarkKent

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    Well, one more from my Sunday adventure. This one of course is Wyatt Earp. I had to capture him for he was a fellow Law Officer as I am. I often wonder what it would be like being a cop back in those days. C/C welcome, and thanks for looking.

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    I think the thin blue line was a bit grungier back then.... But i could be mistaken... Nobody had miranda rights... confessions were much easier to get I expect... Justice on pacos was hang em all let god sortem out...

    and finally the one I remember bests is God created all me equal SAMUEL COLT made it happen.
     
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    Well spoken, thats kinda why I wouldn't mind seeing how it was like back then. With all the changes that we have undergone in the past years influenced mostly on liability and politics. I wonder what todays society would be like if the changes never took place. Course I think on that side of the story, I think it would be cool if I could be a Doc Holliday!
     
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    I really like the pose and expression. Were you able to direct him for this?

    Pete
     
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    I don't think that I could take full credit for the direction, I had him posed like that looking at the camera, then somebody fired a canon and then he looked over. I have the one were he is looking right at the camera, but after seeing this one, i thought it was a better pose!
     
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    Good catch! I think it adds to the overall feeling, reminiscent of photos from that era.
     
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    I agree
     
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    Great photo. If I didn't know better I would think it was the good old boy himself......
     
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    Thanks MOM!!!!!!!!!!! Although I am still waiting for your post here, lol!
     
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    cool, i like the toning you have done...
     

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