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One of my 8x10 color still lifes in a show
Old 11-15-2014   #1
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One of my 8x10 color still lifes in a show

An 8x10 color still life photo of mine is one of 40 photos selected for a gallery show. This is one of those weird shots that existed in my head -- why? I have no idea. All I know is when it was in my head I made a quick sketch of it, then gathered the items for it and shot it. The colors are much more saturated on the transparency.

Here's the link to the show: http://www.vtphotoworkplace.com/id274.html
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Congratulations Dan....A lot of outstanding work will be on display it seems.
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Absolutely fantastic photo - I can see why it was chosen !!
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Wicked good creation !! I love it.
And, congrats on it being selected for the show.

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Congratulations Dan! Very nice image indeed!
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Congrats Dan.
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Well done, congrats Dan! I imagine a real print hanging on a well must be a pure emotion!
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Congratulations Dan!


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