critique #4 - 2013

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Re: critique #4 - 2013

Postby Andy » Tue Oct 29, 2013 1:54 pm

Janice: You shouldn't assume :P - but yes, she is female, and yes, she is pretty patient. Best, she lets me go out on my own a lot. The thing about "serious" photography is that it is kind of a "loner" sport. Even when I am out shooting with my shooting buddies, we mostly go off on our own. Rich and I have learned to carry walkie talkies so we can keep in touch, but it isn't unusual for one of us to wander off and not see each other for an hour or so.

I hope you'll post some more. I would love to see more participation here. Best regards,
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Re: critique #4 - 2013

Postby Utah Baker » Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:58 pm

Too true, no intent to offend anyone, my apologies!

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Re: critique #4 - 2013

Postby Andy » Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:05 pm

Was just teasing, Janice. We all know you are a good hearted, quality person!
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Re: critique #4 - 2013

Postby Utah Baker » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:43 pm

Gee willikers Andy, :oops: :oops: , thanks! I knew you were kidding, just concerned for others who might be reading, alls good. :)



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