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Uploaded: 09/04/11 6:54 PM GMT
At the County Fair
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For the contest, if it gets picked up in time, a sepia pen and ink of the dairy barn. All comments and critiques appreciated.

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::tigger3
09/04/11 7:14 PM GMT
Kathy, I think you did superb job on this one, and I think it is a good entry, hopefully you made it in time. Tigs♥ =^..^=

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.Nikoneer68
09/04/11 8:14 PM GMT
Really interesting work.
I like what you have done here.
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::Jimbobedsel
09/05/11 12:03 AM GMT
I see it in the entries, so that's a good thing. Good luck with this in the contest. Kathy. I like what you have done with this.
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.palral
09/05/11 12:44 AM GMT
Hi, Kathy...

I know that you did some shots a few years ago at the State Fair or a county fair and thought I recognized this basic scene. Not necessarily the same shot, but it was in color. Anyway, I went back through your gallery and didn't find it; so I must have been thinking of something else.

This shot's a doozy. Very, very interesting post photo work. I personally shy away from any of the artistic subroutines. Most of my shots are so totally over-edited that they don't look like they were shot on this planet anyway. I shudder to think what might happen to my "reputation" if I tried to turn one of my fog shots into a pencil drawing.

You pulled it off rather well. I'm headed over to the contest voting. For $50 I'll vote for your posting. Don't forget. I grew up in Peoria and understand Chicago voting. Good luck in the contest. I'll hold my vote for 24 hours. The bidding starts at $25.

Roger



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.cynlee
09/05/11 12:48 AM GMT
Seems it got sent through in time, Kathy. Sure is an old dairy. It was started the year my grandmother was born. Oops, gave away my age...kind of. lol Sepia is always good for this kind of image. Good luck.
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.Joanie
09/05/11 1:31 AM GMT
Looks really cool with what you did Kathy!!! Hope you made it:)
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::busybottle
09/05/11 7:11 AM GMT
Kathy
It fits the bill in my opinion! A great entry for the contest! I love what you did to this image. A really cool looking old false front place!
Paul
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I think im having amnesia and deja vu at the same time - I think I have forgotten this before.
::luckyshot
09/05/11 12:48 AM GMT
Kathy - It is fair season, and this image captures the mood of the agricultural fair. Thad
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.Eubeen
09/05/11 4:36 PM GMT
How often do I get the chance to use the phrase "Your barn door is open!"? Not often enough I'll tell you; and it's not from the lack of barn doors in the local vicinity either.
Good post work on your image, Kathy. A nicely composed scene. Nice textures and lines in the photo. Best of luck in the contest.
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::danika
09/07/11 2:17 AM GMT
A wonderful entry, Kathy. I like effect you used as the image has the feel of 'yesteryear'. Creative work & best wishes in the contest.
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::Flmngseabass
09/08/11 6:01 PM GMT
You did just sneak this in didn't you?:):) A super nice work Kathy and I'll trump Rogers bid by an additional $10.00.:)" .....thinking -he'
s wondering if gambling is allowed on the sight................and then he comes to his "pence's", I mean his senses and realizes that this is a contender for sure:) Nice black and white and I would not let anyone tell you anything about your barn doors Kathy:):)
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