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Quickie
01/23/2013 12:44:18 PM
Quickie
by Lydia

Comment:
LOL good one. points for humor.
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The Long & Short Of It
01/23/2013 12:44:00 PM
Graceful
12/19/2012 09:40:35 AM
Graceful1st Place
by AllenP

Comment:
A classic photo. Well done. She is talented to do that en pointe on one foot.
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THE LAST IMAGE YOU'LL SEE BEFORE YOU DIE FUCKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!
12/19/2012 09:39:57 AM
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Survival
12/19/2012 09:39:43 AM
Survival1st Place
by gyaban

Comment:
well done. Gyaban? Ashen hand is a nice detail.
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E = mc²
12/13/2012 12:26:09 AM
E = mc²1st Place
by gyaban

Comment:
*claps*

Your level of effort is unmatched, and combined with your vision, the reason you win many ribbons here.
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Daddy!!!!
12/13/2012 12:23:29 AM
Daddy!!!!3rd Place
by Giles

Comment:
Brilliant. I want to know the secret, because I utterly refuse to believe this is real {denial}
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Cosmic Brume
11/14/2012 12:27:43 PM
Cosmic Brume2nd Place
by Dennisheckman

Comment:
FYI, those minute+ long "shooting stars" are really satellites, and they fade to darkness as they enter Earth's shadow (especially the ones in polar orbits). In your outtakes, "Sawtooth venus meteor" looks like a satellite (although it may not be).

In years of observing, shooting stars are very brief, 1-2 seconds max, and have 'tails'- growing brighter, then dimmer. Sometimes they have color (green, pink, orange, yellow).

That said, your image here is lovely. The clouds add to the result.
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Spork
11/07/2012 03:14:44 PM
Spork
by DistantColours

Comment:
ugh that tiny hair on the spoon (reflection of the 2nd tine of the fork) is sooo distracting. The scratches are not. Otherwise perfect image, very abstract.
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Serenity
09/26/2012 11:39:46 AM
Serenity1st Place
by bobonacus

Comment:
Originally posted by kenskid:

"Serenity now! Serenity now!"
"What is that?"
"The doctor gave me a relaxation cassette. When my blood pressure gets too high, the man on the tape tells me to say 'serenity now!'"
"Are you supposed to yell it?"
"The man on the tape wasn't specific."

- Frank and George, in "The Serenity Now"

Hahaha "Serenity now, insanity later!"
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