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1st - kopi: Remain
2nd - dodrizzt: Chain
3rd - boar76: Pain(in vain)
4th - Ching: Grain
5th - MsGlitterfly: Old fashioned school yard water fountain
6th - Kreativeclick: Chain
7th - Edward48: No pain, no gain
8th - akebono: The pleasures of train travel, for beginners
9th - Andris: little train
10th - LaRee: Featherbrain on a Chain Link Fence
11th - rsrascal: All Terrain
11th - f_otto: Chain factory
13th - acetone: Steam Train
14th - Brett: Chain
15th - Snap Shot: A Drain After A Rain
16th - Bob Walters: grAIN of rice
16th - audiredred: Restrain
18th - slieb25: A Wolf's Refrain
19th - dougster: Fountain
20th - KJW: Playground Train
21st - varo82: stain
22nd - aprilesole: Mountain
23rd - leroy brown: 19th Century German Porcelain
23rd - Old Finn: Porcellain
25th - mbbin2: Train Going No Where
26th - henriksson: Chain(s) like rain........
26th - Boston5: Pain :(
26th - ponchik: Porcelain
29th - Una: Disdain
30th - rafinmelb: Kid, it's abargain
31st - Mepo: Imminent pain
32nd - Jade O.: Glass Curtain
33rd - rusch07: Collecting Chain
35th - Runzamukk: Plain Chain
36th - ramanesan: Porcelain
19th Century German Porcelain
©2009 leroy brown
Canon PowerShot G9
burn,straightened, cropped and resized for upload
In 1900 these two pieces were brought from Budapest to Philadelphia, Penn. and have been passed down four generations.
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Apr 17, 2009
Too bad about that hairline crack.
Just kidding! (Really I don't see any crack anywhere I just made that up.)
An effective study and presentation of two fine figures. The highlights are ever so slightly over exposed but not blown except on the whites of the hand, hair, blouse, and forelegs.
Otherwise well done.
Edited on Apr 19, 2009
Apr 17, 2009
I'd be scared to dust them! LOL
Nice separation of the subject. Pretty good control of teh flash too for my eye.
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