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Discussion in 'People' started by Angelo, Oct 11, 2005.
I snapped this off at a family Baptism celebration on Saturday. May I have opinions on it? Thanks.
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Perhaps the young man should have been using wood sticks to light the cigar to avoid the fuel taste of the lighter? :biggrin:
Other than that, it is a great image!
Smoking is bad for the health.... But it gives a great image.
I am an oncologist, so you know my opinions :biggrin:
Ya don't have to be an oncologist to know that one!!! Is the young man even old enough to buy his own stogie???
He has a handsome face...the colors are nice...thanks for sharing.
His inability to get the darn thing lit gave me ample time to snap off a few. I think he looks a bit greasy and unkempt which are comensurate with smoking! Thanks for commenting. :biggrin:
That my photography is a cancer on society??? :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
You have a good sense of humor. :smile:
I find this image fascinating. His fair complection, unkempt mannerisms and appearance of a free spirit. I suspect matters of mortality are rather far from his mind.
I spent more time looking at the image than I expected too, something about it intrigues me.
It is of course interesting to read the other comments about it. My initial reation to Paul's was Huh? I think that based on your images that I have seen so far there is often something deeper than face value involved. I don't always get it on these types of images, that is for sure. But I relly like this one.
:tongue: Thankfully you understand my weirdness! :biggrin:
Well thank you very much Dave. I'm flattered by your generousity and I'll try to continue to live up to your compliments.
:biggrin: :biggrin: It's a very nice photo, as a matter of fact.
Cough, choke, gasp, good cough image cough. :redface: :biggrin: I like it (the image not the cigar). Pardon my attempt at some weak humor. :BlueHair:
Nice rim lighting on this image Angelo. Well done.
I love the shot :>))
I have a couple great stogies images. I like the characters behind the images.
Thank you very much Phil.
Thank you Gordon; I was surprised and quite pleased myself when this appeared on my monitor.