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 Post subject: Icy bicycle
PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:40 pm 
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fun shot outside my garden this bike is freezing cold.

[IMG=http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/6294/cbb63df854834b7ca11f857.jpg][/IMG]

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Very nice! I really do like the framing, and the grass poking up from the ground is a nice compliment.

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That is nice, but why don't you capture the whole bike? If possible use an older looking bicycle?(That would require snow again)


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Hehe I hope I have old bike but i dont have one..

well at first i just tried my camera outside didn't actually mean to post this image or even PP it but seems the image turns nice so decided to post it.

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Glad you posted it, because it looks nice.


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Nice shot eos550D, but I wonder why you posted in the Portraits section. Anyway, I moved it to the appropriate section and I'll try to fix the link so the image will actually show up here.

EDIT: Fixing the link makes the image 1200 pixels wide, over the 1024 limit, so I'll just leave it as is.

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