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Behind Bars
  Behind Bars
Behind Bars

Another rework and resubmit thanks to Mary Robison, who's encouragement and support I would not want to be without.
Mary has a way of drawing my attention back to images I have long forgotten and letting me look at them again through her eyes.
Thank you so much, Mary.

© Kirsten (Kiki) Kjaer
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Bobby Ray Goodman
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    Hi Kirsten,Excellent capture my friend.Shooting Cowboys and Indians Day this weekend.Hope to able to post tomorrow!!!

2/16/2013 9:22:30 AM

Marijana Fajgl
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Very powerful capture, Kirsten, his face says all.

2/16/2013 1:42:05 PM

Ellen Hodges
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Super capture with amazing detail and impact, Kiki!!

2/16/2013 5:13:31 PM

John Connolly
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An impressive presentation Kiki! You did a fabuloos job with this one!

2/17/2013 11:36:51 AM

Mary K. Robison
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So there he is, waiting for other bp members to get caught by his eyes and his situation, and tell you how it affects them...
Kiki, thanks very much for all your kind words. Helping one another is an important part of being in the bp community. Here's hoping you'll inspire others to review their own work, and re-post photos that have been "long forgotten". The ripple in the pond...

2/18/2013 4:00:48 AM

Laura E. Swan
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Mare, where would any of us be without your love and support around here? And I feel the same way about our SSSKiki and so many others that make being here so very worth it. :))))

Sister, Mary did well in having you re-post this one. Look at him there, as if he is an orphan waiting for someone to come and adopt him and take him out of there. He still has his dignity but that might be all.

I often wonder if your second calling, to photography, is to work hands on with wildlife. You do have a way with them and it is a gift. Whether you are taking their photo or reading their body language or are connected to them deeply. Not many are.

It shows in your work and in your heart. Of which are meshed because you put your heart into your work.


2/20/2013 1:18:26 PM

Lindley Johnson
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He looks so thoughtful! A wonderful image, Kiki.

2/24/2013 12:13:42 PM

Kirsten (Kiki) Kjaer
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Thanks so much everyone!!!!!!!!

3/3/2013 4:59:50 AM

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