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28-85 .... that's what they make 28-85 zooms for :-) 

I suppose you enjoyed asking her to hold that pose

while you managed all that lens swapping ? 

  

Just joking. Really nice work. Surely you have more ? 

 

And an afterthought: Suppose you combine mosaic

and zebra effects .... the patterns in collision, etc etc.

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I tried to subscribe to your gallery location at

yahoo. It looked very promising but it required

me to provide more personal data than what

I'd consider reasonable. Either I am uniquely

reticent about such things, or you and other

participants are limiting your audience to only

those who are quite carefree, or irresponsible,  

concerning their personal data. C'est la vie.

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I tried to subscribe to your gallery location at

yahoo. It looked very promising but it required

me to provide more personal data than what

I'd consider reasonable. Either I am uniquely

reticent about such things, or you and other

participants are limiting your audience to only

those who are quite carefree, or irresponsible,  

concerning their personal data. C'est la vie.

 

This is Flickr registration process you can input fake data if you wish only a valid email address is required (you can create an alternate one for this kind of site)

otherwise click here to see my portfolio

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