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  1. #11421
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    This is the second shot from a calendar project I'm helping with. Hope it doesn't get anyone in trouble at work.

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  2. #11422
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  3. #11423
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsusmaniac View Post
    Awesome capture!
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  4. #11424
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsusmaniac View Post
    fantastic !
    someone suggested a mono convesrion of this one.

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  5. #11425
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3g View Post
    This is the second shot from a calendar project I'm helping with. Hope it doesn't get anyone in trouble at work.
    I'm not sure about the shadow. I'd love to see a shadowless version for comparison.

  6. #11426
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    Great lightning

    R3G you're so lucky, well done. I might have suggested a slightly more open blouse though. Good job with the skin exposure. Nice creative pose.
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  7. #11427
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    Not high art but here's mine for today. BBQing some crocodile kebabs, kangaroo fillets and buffalo burgers. Needless to say kids wouldn't try it all
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  8. #11428
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Needless to say kids wouldn't try it all
    Invite my kids. If there is kangaroo on the menu there won't be anything left over.

  9. #11429
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    hang on there...have a look at the cook will ya.
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  10. #11430
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    hang on there...have a look at the cook will ya.
    Good point but my carnivorous daughter would eat rare (as in cooked rare in case PETA monitor this site) kangaroo regardless of the abilities or otherwise of the cook.

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