1. Phrasemaker

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    Been making the most this year of the small town where I live for getting some shots, it's quite diverse in terms of buildings and history, nice to find some good spots right on my doorstep.

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  2. david357

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    I like that, lovely simple portrait.
     
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  3. Phrasemaker

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    Thank you very much David, really appreciate your reply. Did a few simple portraits with this subject and was lucky to have great light on the day.

    A big thanks for those who have looked and liked, thanks for your time.

    Here is another simple portrait of the same subject taken a mile up the road from the original post.

    Regards

    Tim

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  4. david357

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    Another fabulous image, the model is lovely and has fantastic eyes, and you have caught lovely expressions in both shots.
     
  5. Sky

    Sky

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    I like them both very much. Lovely use of the available light. :)
     
  6. cj4now

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    I like both of them. Think I prefer the top one though, my eyes tend to drift to the background over the models shoulder (I'm curious to see more), but then the eyes draw me back over to the actual subject.
     
  7. Simon Tyrannes

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    Like 1 & 2 nut the eyes in 2 are magical.
     
  8. Harlequin565

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    I have to say that those eyes are super. I'd be wanting to get in even closer. Much prefer #2 as there's far less distraction (plus it's closer) and the slightly higher POV has lifted her head and her gaze - which add to the image IMO. My eye keeps wandering to the cracked plaster on the RH side though. AlI want to do is pick it off :)
     

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