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    Took my grandson fishing today and took this image of him working his lure

    The Fisherman by tesarver, on Flickr

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    Great sky detail Tom, did he catch anything?

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    Oh I do like that!


    Nice processing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianvickers View Post
    Oh I do like that!


    Nice processing.
    Totally agree. Needs to be seen on Flickr to really appreciate it
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    That's a super image Tom.
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    Now that is a lovely image and I am sure he will be delighted with that one.

    If I may suggest ............. just take out the large and small tree on the left and see if you prefer the composition. I have tried it quickly and it tightens the whole image up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinklyrocker View Post
    Great sky detail Tom, did he catch anything?
    Not the time out, thanks for stopping by.

    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post
    Now that is a lovely image and I am sure he will be delighted with that one.

    If I may suggest ............. just take out the large and small tree on the left and see if you prefer the composition. I have tried it quickly and it tightens the whole image up.
    Thanks for stopping by Colin and for the suggestion. I'll give that a try. Note: that posting as a FB Backdrop the trees need to stay or he gets covered by the Profile Picture.

    Thanks Brian, Derek and Alan for stopping by.

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    Very nice Tom

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    Thanks Stan

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    Hi Tom; I like that a lot, and I'm sure your grandson will as well... I would be interested to see tgd colour original!
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