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  1. boogaguy

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    This another Picture I took while sitting outside watching the people come and go.




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    I like #1, but I wish that you had not cut off the last inch of the right barrel... but thats just a little thing and I'm probably the only one bothered by it.

    Great shots
     
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    The first one stands out a lot to me. I don't mind the cut barrel.
     
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    Thanks a lot. It is so interesting there with so many things that are outside my realm of experience it is easy to get carried away at times and take too many pics.
     
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    Hi,

    I hope to do the same kind of street photgraphy in Costa Rica in a few weeks...

    Anyway, I like the first, but I would have liked to see the whole barrel. 2 is quite OK but good use some more contrast.
    3, I don't like so much because of the blue color, which makes the picture look fake...

    gr,

    Roger
     

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