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    Default The Flute

    images by Kathleen Colbourn: Fairs Festivals & The Streets &emdash;

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    Superb! Great lighting.
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    Very well done! TFS.

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

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    You are right, but, it works. Creates a great mood for the subject. Nice work.

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    Really? I think it is more than a bit underexposed.
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    My belief is that the photographer always gets the benefit of the doubt - it is obvious to me that the shot here is exactly the effect that was intended. One might have said that "it's not what I would have gone for" and left it at that.
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