All these portraits are taken with only one shot. No more chance!
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Donald Garrett gave props (10 Dec 2013):
Voted. Well done
Al Gieryna gave props (12 Dec 2013):
A wonderful series of portraits. Voted
JPG gave props (15 Dec 2013):
Congrats on being Story of the Week!
Carol Arntsen Masiak gave props (16 Dec 2013):
Congrats on story of the week - my vote!
Susan B. Griffith said (17 Dec 2013):
Congratulations and well deserved. The images are outstanding.
Ollie Senneck said (17 Dec 2013):
Amazing work. Stunning images.
Lynn E. Harvey gave props (17 Dec 2013):
Congratulations...these are all so beautiful.
John Linton gave props (18 Dec 2013):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Congrats on making Story of the Week!
Andrea Petersen gave props (21 Dec 2013):
Wonderful one shot portraits...The subjects look very relaxed...Well done! Congrats on the well deserved honor of story of the week.
francesco scipioni said (21 Dec 2013):
Thanks everybody. I'm sooooo honored!!!! thanks again
ROCIO GUILLEN gave props (2 Jan 2014):
Amazing series! Voted.
sharon isern said (4 Jan 2014):
I love portraits and these are examples of the best in portraits. I love that the subjects look right into the camera as if challenging the photographer.
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I finally took the time to stop in and see the worlds most horrifyingly tacky tourist trap.
The photos show the Mississippi river and some site in Grafton, IL.
These photos almost didn't happen...
walking in the fog
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