Pensive... by La_Familia ()
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This is a photo I made to my daughter Valentina.
I was planning to post the colored one, but I think black and white looks more interesting:-)
Thank you for looking !
Image Comments (14)
Rhiannon () 2:52PM | Tue, 15 April 2003
Vali looks beautiful, and I agree ... the black and white is much more interesting ... :-) hugs to you, Vali, and Lory!
isulaelu () 2:53PM | Tue, 15 April 2003
i agree, b/w is more interesting, in some cases, the color rest and distract atention to the motive.
luciferino () 2:59PM | Tue, 15 April 2003
very beautiful in this photo Valentina has a so deep and penetrating look, it seems to look at her shoulders and to see her past, in a fraction of according to, as soon as the time of a release, well done, great photo. Compliments bye bye Orietta
JoeDoe () 9:07PM | Tue, 15 April 2003
A little fuzzy but other than that it's a great shot. Great mood. Well done.
mooncat () 11:08PM | Tue, 15 April 2003
Beautiful shot of your beautiful daughter, and I agree the black and white is more dramatic.
jwdell () 8:31AM | Wed, 16 April 2003
That's Vali? She's beautiful AND talented. Seems to run in the family...
Atila-Han () 4:39PM | Sat, 19 April 2003
excellent! beautiful as it can be! my vote! my tribute to the beutiful Valentina!!!
keeba17 () 7:45PM | Fri, 25 April 2003
again nice expression, i agree that black and white is more interesting. nice pose and lighting in the photo.
camera () 3:17PM | Tue, 02 March 2004
Very sultry. It smokes...it steams...the softness is enhanced by the contrast of the old pipe on the right. This could be published in Vogue and it would have the impact of a photograph taken by Skrebneski who was responsible for discovering and photographing Cindy Crawford in Chicago.