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Well when did they start giving me more than one option...surely they realize I'm not accustomed to that! LOL Okay, I'll try to find option 2 and give it a go...and thank you for responding.

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How'd you take them? A friend of yours? Or a acomputer program?

And omg :o How long was the exposure?


Do you mean the picture of the street that leads to tenjin? or the portrait shot?


Sorry for the wait.
The first is for the ones where you're dancin'.

And the exposure question was about the street ;)

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I like your enty Tomis, well done! Original idea!

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lensbaby!

you did a spectacular job! I love the tarantulas, and the gauzey stuff.


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Same here, Lensbaby that some good stuff you posted, I can see how Halloween is influencing your style ;)

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Thanx guys! And Quentin, I like yours too, very original idea.

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Lensbaby, that's a pretty spooky shot there! I hope your photoshop layering didn't mean you had to get too close to all the nasty stuff!


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Not too close Gordon. The spider and it's funnel web were at the base of my oak tree. The spider smaller than a quarter, the other spider was a harmless orb spider in my back yard as well. Portrait was converted to raster layer, pasted the spider pictures on top and erased where my face is showing. The gauze is the spider's web.

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Crackin shot lensbaby... I like the spider...


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i would have submited this one

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but it's made 2 weeks earlier :))

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Wow lensbabz I like your entry!

I was actually trying to show my girlfriend how creative I was, but once she saw yours she said that she found that one to be the best.

And when I asked her why she just said: "Because she looks totally like a whitch"

Haha :p but that entry will probably win!
Cant believe your makeup is photoshopped either!

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Crikey Bob! That reminds me of a cross between the floating heads in Zardoz and Time Bandits... were either an influence there?


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Crikey Bob! That reminds me of a cross between the floating heads in Zardoz and Time Bandits... were either an influence there?

Hmmm. I've just done a Google Images search for Zardoz so I'd like to take this opportunity to lower my voice an octave and proclaim "Definitely not." Must've been "Time Bandits". :lol:

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I've just entered a new photo in my original post.

Hope you like it

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I've just entered a new photo in my original post.

Hope you like it

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Thought that was not allowed

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