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Old 06-17-2006   #1
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w/nw Environmental Portraits

Environmental portaits are ones that show a person or animal in it's common living or working conditions, so that the environment reflects something about the subject.





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Old 06-18-2006   #2
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Matt, real nice ones.
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Neighbor John, motorbike airbrusher....
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Such portraits are, I think, the best kind. A pity that so many have to be taken of people apparently floating in outer space, doing nothing but staring into the lens.
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Old 06-18-2006   #5
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Such portraits are, I think, the best kind. A pity that so many have to be taken of people apparently floating in outer space, doing nothing but staring into the lens.
Oh, I got a lot of those
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Sorry about the size but just wanted to be able to show y'all this guy's right ear. He's a wrestling coach and it's really gnarly.

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at a pub.one of the 2 or 3 digital and flash photos(I took) I look at without disgust(I dont use digital and\or flash on a regular basis).
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Great Shots everybody, thanks for the kind words Rich
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Lots of good shots here, but Daniel's and Mike's do it for me.

If you watch Fight Network and the mixed martial arts matches shown there, all of the experienced fighters have cauliflower ears.
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Some really great images in this thread. Thanks for resurrecting it, Lynn.
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