Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by Tuna, Jan 21, 2005.
To "llament" is to suffer from the pangs of llama love.
Leica IIIc, Kodak BW400CN film.
Them's pretty tiny llamas! Are those alpacas instead? Great detail from the Leica. Nice job.
hahaha theyre so cute, with their little stubby legs and big puffs of hair on their heads:thumbup:
neat picture (don't know how to critique it)
Hehehehe, Llamas... hehehehe.
Those are two very cute creatures - I'd tend to also say they're not llamas but alpacas...
However I feel their "starring role" of this photo doesn't come out, there are way too many people around, the photo is soooo busy, and the big white back in the front is too distracting from those two.
This is not saying that the Leica (of course!) didn't take a wonderfully sharp photo...
Yes, yes. Alpaca, shmalpaca.
What poetry is there in "alpaca love"?
(Glad you liked the photo)
Thanks for the comment, LaFoto.
re: alpaca, see above.
But if YOU feell it's too busy, a llittle crowded, just llooking at a small part of this scene, how do you think the llama feell?
Llonely and allarmed? Pllease don't forget the llama.
Tuna! The shot is amazing! very natural! an the llamas are great
They can't have fellt llonely, allbeit in llove - and llovers usualllly want sollitude, not llaughing crowds. Poor lloving llamas (allpacas). But they stillll are cute lloving llamas!!!
This one's got my vote since my wife and I have an Alpaca and have also had Llamas in the past.
Hey Tuna, with a name like that I'm curious to know if you're Portuguese? I ask because I am and we're commonly referred to as "Tunas" here in San Diego.
Not Portuguese, SeaBreeze. I'm Turkish.
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