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High key woman
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09/11/09 10:36 PM GMT
High key woman
My friend Randi from Norway.
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09/11/09 10:55 PM GMT
I'm coming to Norway. She IS single, right? LOL. Very nice, Helena.
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09/12/09 12:46 AM GMT
I like the perspective of this image of her. Nicely done.
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
09/12/09 2:44 AM GMT
Very beautiful woman...Very well made composition...Thanks for sharing...
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09/12/09 4:20 AM GMT
Wonderful Helena. It looks like a drawing. She is quite attractive. Excellent presentation.
Insure what you touch during your lifetime, is not coated with the fingerprints of apathy....Tick
09/12/09 6:48 AM GMT
09/12/09 11:28 AM GMT
Why not go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is.... Frank Scully
09/12/09 11:50 AM GMT
Well, she IS single! He he! Do you want to move to Írebro, Sweden? She lives here now!
She is a slalom-champion in Norway as well. She is quite a catch boys!!!!! ;O)
Thanx for commenting on this photo! This was one of my photos from my exhibit at Írebro castle, 2-12 of July this summer.
I had over 200 vistors a day!!!
I am so proud and grateful for this!
09/12/09 4:44 PM GMT
Excellent work! The contrasting tones accent the mood so well.
09/12/09 8:17 PM GMT
A very expressive and beautiful portrait picture Helena. A very excellent job!
09/14/09 1:21 AM GMT
09/15/09 12:40 AM GMT
A Beautiful portrait Helena..Excellent job.
09/19/09 2:27 PM GMT
Congratulations ... :o).
"An eye for an eye, and soon the whole world is blind." - Mahatma Gandhi
04/09/11 8:33 AM GMT
Has that stark, somber, Scandinavian feel of a Bergman film. Good work.
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. -Scott Adams
05/05/11 9:18 AM GMT
This is a wonderful portrait - best I've seen in ages.
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