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"Wild and crazy".. That's what all real artists are !
Oh, my!! All that testosterone!!
This subject lends itself well to monochrome.
ha, you are wild and crazy...it works!
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Malyss beat me to it!! I was thinking that "wild and crazy" goes right together with "artist".
Yep, they beat me to it, but what the heck!!Dear Wild and Crazy -- they're always the creative ones you know!! I do love your shot for the day, as always!! Have a great weekend with camera in hand, of course!
I am the same when it comes to sepia. I rarely do it. But this one is fantastic. Thanks for being wild and crazy! :DMersadMersad Donko Photography
I like it. But don't get too carried away!! ;)
It makes for a very dramatic image. An impressive sculpture!
The treatment works so well with this image, Jack! You wild guy.
I agree: we deserved to see their real colors!
Oh, I'm happy not to be there...!The choice of sepia works very well, Jack!
Okay. You are wild and crazy. Not a bad photographer, either.
What is this world coming to,you walking on the wild side.V
OK, you are wild and crazy... so are they, by the looks of it.
You are one wild and crazy guy Jack! I do like the sepia. Those guys look a little mean though.
Aw, heck! You've earned some reckless photography. Go for it...wait, you already have! These guys do seem a little wild and crazy. Nothing less than sepia would do.
The stuff of nightmares.
Red trousers? Love it.Sepia with vignetting gives this a sort of Versailles feel...
You do 'wild and crazy' tres bon Jack, it's good to shake it up now and then :)
Shooting fish in a barrel?
Wow, I thought I was in for some typical "Jack" shots, not these wild and crazy ones! :)
... and it really worked. Wonderful!
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