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M9, 21Lux:smile:
 
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Steve, the contrast between the old man and the pregnant woman on the phone, striking! Does make me wonder what I'll be doing 50 years from now...
 
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great series. And yes it is stalking I have seen it first hand. Keep up the great work!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks Marion!:wink:
Excellent series, Steve. Fantastic #3.
Thank You Ky!
A very interesting set. both the character and the scenery.
Appreciate it Bart!
Very nice Steve, can't believe someone beat me with the stalker comment :)
:biggrin: Thanks For Noticing Dave!:biggrin:
 
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i like the stalker theme:biggrin:
cant believe the old fella walked past that lobster delight:smile:
great street and PP.
 
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First thing that grabbed me about the first shot is how there is a motion blur to the other 2 people in the frame and not "the father" suggesting a slower mover. That was brilliant whether intended or not. Great series...
 
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Steve, I nearly missed this series. I love it for all the reasons you already know. Striking work, as always.

(By the way, would you mind picking up one of those lobsters for me and popping in in to me when you're passing? Thanks! :smile::wink:
 
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First thing that grabbed me about the first shot is how there is a motion blur to the other 2 people in the frame and not "the father" suggesting a slower mover. That was brilliant whether intended or not. Great series...
Unintended Alan. Im not that good!:smile: Thanks!
Steve, I nearly missed this series. I love it for all the reasons you already know. Striking work, as always.

(By the way, would you mind picking up one of those lobsters for me and popping in in to me when you're passing? Thanks! :smile::wink:
We are known for our lobster in these parts. You got it Peter ! Thanks :smile:
 

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