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  1. #11041
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    Gosh sakes I am slow, got it now Rooz lmao.

    Married too long apparently
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  2. #11042
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    Rooz,

    I am simultaneously shocked and horrified that you could post such a picture here. This is by far the absolute worst image ever presented on this forum. How could you do it?

    To post an image that perpetuates all that is wrong in society and to use children's toys as a metaphor to do that is not only insensitive but also highly dangerous as it will provide not particularly subtle training to younger generations.

    Your image symbolises the dominance that the large and powerful have over the smaller and weaker this could be applied to all walks of life from a personal level through to the global. Your image has three obviously male toys ganging up and intimidating a smaller and weaker obviously female toy. Is this the sort of attitude that you want your son or other peoples sons to grow up with? How will you feel about this if your next child is a girl. Do you want her to be bullied in the way that you have indicated that you are happy for your male progeny to act towards females? When you son turns into a teenage thug you will know exactly where to look to the cause of his problems.

    As this image is now loose on the Internet and it is unrealistic that it is withdrawn from circulation I think that you need to take stock of the direction in which your photography is heading. Is expressing your male centric right wing and violent view of the world through photography something that you should continue with? Think of the irreparable damage that you are doing to not only your children but perhaps to countless numbers of children worldwide. You have gone down a very dangerous path and I suggest that you may wish consider some form of counselling before you head into uncharted and potentially self destructive waters.

  3. #11043
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    <chuckle> Good thing I have large loaders. We're gonna need 'em to clean up after that

  4. #11044
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Gosh sakes I am slow, got it now Rooz lmao.

    Married too long apparently
    lol as long as you got there in the end Rich.
    that dragonfly shot is superb. love the tight crop and sharpness. you're making me look bad.
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  5. #11045
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    Do you think those tail lights make her bumper look big.
    lmfao...there we go...an idea for the next shot, thanks. i have Sally's image in my head now.

    (i did screw up the light on the pink car though. way too much light kicked back in on her cute little butt.
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  6. #11046
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    I'm a little mad that I can't take credit for this photo I let a friend take my Nikon for a spin and this is the result.
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  7. #11047
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    I like that tall ship. Where is Halifax NS. Next time we go to Charleston South carolina we're going on a cruise of the harbor on a tall ship.
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  8. #11048
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    I like that tall ship. Where is Halifax NS. Next time we go to Charleston South carolina we're going on a cruise of the harbor on a tall ship.
    East coast of Canada, to the Northeast of Maine.

  9. #11049
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    Chill out KIWI. If God didn't want us to look at girls he wouldn't have made the so nice to look at.
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  10. #11050
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    Quote Originally Posted by iiaGavin View Post
    East coast of Canada, to the Northeast of Maine.
    those might have been the tall ships that were in Charelston the week before the July fourth weekend.
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