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Nikon D2X

Capture Date/Time: March 20, 2006 17:52
Focal Length: 55 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/3.2 - 1/90 sec
ISO: 320
Flash: None

Here's a shot from yesterday of our cousin Westley hanging out on the couch with his polar bear. The two are quite inseparable! Thanks to everyone for visiting and for your thoughtful comments. Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate it.


03.21.06, 09:40 AM, Jeremi:

Such a kid thing for sure! Love the lighting here, it really adds another dimension to the picture!

03.21.06, 12:22 PM, VelviaPix, feeling of color:

I don't know if that is what you intended, but I can't tell whether Wesley is head-down, or you were high on the ceiling taking this shot. I can guess, but it does make an interesting shot. I can see it either way, and still think the my assumption on the orientation of the image is correct.

03.21.06, 09:50 PM, pooh:

wonderful perspective, original! love the details you've kept with the BW conversion.

03.21.06, 11:47 PM, rayts:

interesting shot. three things caught my attention. first, the way your subjects positioned themselves, the kid who is somewhat praying (look at his hands) and the way the bear was lying on the couch (this is my fave position when I sleep, awesome!). second, the texture of the image...very subdued. lastly, the way have positioned yourself in such a way that this photo seems aloof and touching both at the same time.

03.22.06, 02:47 AM, Sidney:

Nice perspective!
Very sweet !

03.22.06, 06:16 AM, Ana:

Sweet moment.

03.22.06, 07:00 AM, Chantal:


03.22.06, 11:00 AM, Alicia:

There's something very catching about this photo. I think it has to do with the cute factor and the quality of light.

03.24.06, 02:17 AM, Claudette:

What a great perspective!!! Love the angle on this!

03.25.06, 05:56 AM, *mamo:

this is so lovely. seems to be that the teddy wanted to help. the structure of the bench is so cripy, wow.

03.26.06, 12:52 PM, Tai:

Again a fantastic shot. Very fresh perspective and perfect lighting. This is great work man.

03.29.06, 07:20 AM, Mark:

Fabulous photograph- finding an odd angle sometimes is half of the equation of producing a memorable shot. Very nice!

04.04.06, 10:46 PM, jyoseph:

Dude, REALLY great collection of photos. This is an exceptional photo, great work.

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