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  1. woodsac

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    The sun was shining bright, but my Wife loves it. So, I guess I did something right ;)

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    If she loves it than you did everything right!!!

    Honestly, it's a niceshot. I like the contrast and the black space on the other side.
     
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    Thanks. I wasn't too sure about the black space, but the pole she's leaning against is a shiny silver. So with all that sun I was hoping the black would kind of offset it a bit. The silver pole and shiny sun made for a kind of awkward b/w conversion, but I think it still works.
     
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    I like it! I like the strong contrast and she looks so happy!
     
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    great shot! she does look so happy, i had to smile back at her, looking at this....
     
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    The sunlight adds to her already natural glowing. She is beaming. Lovely. For some shots that would be a distraction and would not work, but I think it's perfect for this shot.
     

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