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I thought the directional light coming through the small window
was quite dramatic but very low. The horse had rested its head
on the sill so part of it was not visible. Nonetheless, I wanted
to capture that portrait with the front end of the lens leaning
on a fixed stud outside the box.


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Very good.  I like low light portraits, (it's the only way I look half human!). :lol:



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 (it's the only way I look half human!). :lol:


I imagine the other half competes with Apollon! :)



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Yeah, that half looks about that old!



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OK! I understand I cannot console you with flowers! :(



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Bulldogs got a better looki'n mug!

 

Even ghosts are afraid of me, seriously.  I go to the most, ''haunted'' spots on the Gettysburg Battlefield and NOTHING!  No cold spots, no erie feeling, camera works fine...I guess I scare em away!