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Great PaulVDV 2015-02-27 10:12

Hello Gert,
The picture looks much clearer than the other (original) version. I think the people on the foreground are better presented here. But do you not think there is a greenish hue on the reed roof at the right? Or is that only on my screen?
It is a bit of a funny picture with the guy in the middle in his tough stance and with the little boys at the right acting for an action movie.
Imagine that they find their picture after so many years here on this site. Once I had a reaction of someone who said his friend was on my picture :)
Best regards, Paul

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Old 02-27-2015, 05:35 PM
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Thank you Paul,
I have had all kinds of strange hues in this photo: red, blue, yellow, green, magenta - you name it. I am not at all satisfied but this was as good as I could get it. Some photos are hopeless.
I am always waiting for people from the distant past to get in touch telling me that they recognize themselves in any of my photos, but it will probably never happen.
Have a nice weekend,
Gert
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Old 02-27-2015, 05:41 PM
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Hi Gert,

Well it happened once to me.

Someone added a comment to tell that he found his friend on a picture of me of Cyprus.
He was going to show it to his friend.
But I never heard of that person on the photo.

Have a nice weekend,
Paul
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