A gentle repose, in pastel. Who could know it was taken on a busy city street?
Thanks to Kailey & Diamante!
Lovely slender lines and a great soft feel !!
26 Nov 2008 8:14am
very nice, but the little colour spots are annoying, you can easily remove them
26 Nov 2008 9:22am
@ocean: Yes, it's those streetlights :) Thanks for your comment!
this is shear POETRY, LOVE IT, WELL DONE MAESTO K
26 Nov 2008 10:43am
@Dimitrios: Many thanks, Dimitrios!
can't imagine that's in city, that photo looks so quiet, the model looks so sweet, more on this one with eye closed, very nice
26 Nov 2008 12:33pm
@zanfifotos: Luckily, we found a relatively quiet corner ...
An excellent portrait-shot. Very well made.
26 Nov 2008 1:38pm
@Ralf Kesper: Danke schon, Ralf!
Your model is lovely; this shot is very nicely done. You're right, it looks studio-born, never would have guessed it was taken outside on a busy street.
26 Nov 2008 4:28pm
@Viewfinder: Well, I did use a remote flash ... and it wasn't super-busy ... thanks, Glenn! :)
a very sweet image
26 Nov 2008 6:04pm
This is a great picture... You have a great portfolio of work, here. I\'ll be back to take a closer look. Best regards ..
26 Nov 2008 6:47pm
@Knut Magne: Thanks, Knut! Cheers!
fantastic pictures on your blog, I like the variety and quality.
26 Nov 2008 7:26pm
@toni pons barro: Thank you very much, Toni!
such a stunning portrait, I would have thought this was a studio shot was amazed to read it was taken on a busy street
27 Nov 2008 3:38am
@JJ: Thanks, JJ!
Yes, Ken... Looks rather like a studio shot. Love the pose and the tranquil look. Really well done, although I couldn't have resisted cloning out that blue bit on the upper right.
27 Nov 2008 4:13am
@Andrew Gould: Ah, good eye!
Such a nice shot...
27 Nov 2008 4:15am
@Fliss: Thanks, Fliss!
amazing photo compose. I wish if it was nt blurred near her shoulders. :)
5 Dec 2008 5:24am
6 Jan 2009 7:18pm
@Knut Magne: Thanks, Knut!
Another lovely portrait Ken.
20 Jan 2009 12:55pm
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