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    Ain't it the truth? Nice shot. ~~Peg
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    Very nice!


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    I love this Willard, makes me think of my Mom and Dad.


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    Glad you enjoyed the couple. They make me happy, too.

    The park is great for candids and I work with a long lens and an articulated screen so the camera doesn't look like it is aimed at the subject.....I am frequently grateful for this feature.

    I have a series of couples on park benches.
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    That series on the park bench should be interesting. But as far as that quote goes, not quite the way I remember it.


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    Sweet capture. Your composition makes it an out of the ordinary, interesting photo. Well done!


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    Thanks for commenting, Bruce. I spent quite a bit of time figuring out how I wanted to compose this and, luckily, the couple didn't get up and walk away while I pondered.
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