Two Blue Ladies II

© Joseph N. DiGilio

Two Blue Ladies II

Uploaded: December 06, 2009


This is a resubmission. Brett gave me the idea the other day. I re-cropped it and made it lighter. I had to stop dropping by to see these girls because they're sisters. See the resemblance? I've noticed that kind of thing happens a lot in their industry. "Elementary my dear Watson".

Exif: F Number: 4.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/1000 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 800, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 70.00 mm, Model: NIKON D200


Patrick Rouzes level-classic December 07, 2009

Wonderful tones, light/shadow play , exceptional comp & dof here, Joseph!
Sorry to hear you have stopped dropping by. Was wondering where this was going! A creative & interesting series,my friend! WTG! #1213788

Stefania Barbier level-addict December 08, 2009

I remember it... a beauty!!! #8199932

Laura E. Swan level-classic December 09, 2009

Oh yes! It can surely get tricky with SISTERS, Joseph! I ran into this same thing only this month. Patina and Kareena, my cousins. They look so much a alike, too! ...But they try to take it in stride. OH the stories sisters could tell! Be glad yours here only whisper. Most people can't hear them!

-Laura #8202545

Linda D. Lester level-classic December 09, 2009

Another favorite of to watch those sisters! :) #8203245

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