That you cut and edited into b&w from the pic on your Mamothca blog.;)Oh, how it looks? Well, the facade is one of study. No one can judge intentions...either of the photographer or photographee. (?)Keep 'em comin', chickie! :) :)
hardy, har, har...Well, I thought it was rather artistic, myself. :) I had to do more than just click "B&W" ... I cropped, straightened, and saturated it, just so. :PAnd WHAT?! :O is that implication about the photographer and photographee? :O I've spoken MAYBE 2 words to the guy. It was merely a photogenic pose, I thought.
Hey Monnie! I really like how you did that! Keep it up! :) ~Chris~
I like the black and white effect. It gives it a "timeless" feel in a sense, even though an "old-fashioned" effect. This scene could be today, or it could be 40 years ago, and still be relevant. Thanks for so many fascinating pix! -- Mom 9-15-05 afternoon (BlogStalking)
alberts not really studying, hes faking itJust thought you all might want to know that!
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