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Hotlips on the move
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
Hotlips on the move
Hotlips on the move
F/4,5; 1/300 sek.; macro; graduated desaturation; Odense, Denmark; May 04, afternoon.
© Alan V. Hansen
Fuji FinePix S602 ...
 
 
 
Leanne M.E. Boyd
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    Excellent detail, Alan!

8/31/2004 12:03:58 AM

 
Alan V. Hansen
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Hi Leanne
Thank you - I'm glad you noticed ... After all it is a very little smile!
Alan:-)

8/31/2004 4:01:41 PM

 
Donna J. Taff
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Congratulation's, Alan!!!!!!

9/13/2004 6:23:58 PM

 
Isabel L
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lol. cute shot Alan. congrats very creative.

9/13/2004 8:12:14 PM

 
Alan V. Hansen
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Hi Donna and Isabel

Thank's for commenting (and liking) my shot. I'm pretty glad, that somebody (also the jury!) liked the idea.
Alan:-)

9/14/2004 6:39:16 AM

 
Robin L. Wehrman
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WOW!! This is outstanding and super detail. Excellent on this Alan!! Congratulations and best of luck in the next round!!! Robin.

9/14/2004 8:49:30 AM

 
Nancy Grace Chen
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Delightful!! I've never seen a snail's "face" so up-close before. The lips are really funny. Congratulations on your finalist, and good luck!

Nancy

9/14/2004 7:02:19 PM

 
Alan V. Hansen
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Hi Robin and Nancy
Thanks a lot for commenting on the picture. Just to avoid any disappointments, when you close up on a snail like this: It is a fantastic sight, the eyes really are visible, but the mouth was created I Photoshop, so the picture would get the humoristic touch, that could qualify to the category. I think, that the real mouth of snails is located underneath, and is more or less circular. Maybe I should try to get that detail next time I come across one of theese little creatures ... if I can catch it!
Alan:-)

9/15/2004 2:25:22 AM

 
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