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  1. P Bailey

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    how sweet! I like the composition here but... Try makinga a panorama picture of all the toys there, leaving only lines and toys, cropping all green background.

    That is a deep shot. I'm not good at those so I won't comments the meaning of this photo :D
     
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    i think that picture is really creepy, stuffed toys shouldnt be hanging.
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    What did you take it with, P Bailey?
     
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    Zorki 6 with 50mm lens, Kodak 400 film
     
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    I haven't heard of this camera. :scratch:

    But I love this image! It does have a tinge of the macabre to it. :twisted:

    Now if you wanted it to be a truly evil image, there would be a little child underneath the string of toys, looking up. heh heh....
     
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    Zorkis are great! Ask MDowdey, he has a Zorki 4 (me too).
     
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    Zorki 6 with 50mm lens. Made in the USSR.
     
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    Thanks! :D

    Looks beautifully made.
     

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