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Some things have to be done for the greater good.
Actually I started a book a few years ago called "Between Friends". But with too many completing projects, I lost interest in it.

Here is one of the pictures to set the tone of the book - Passionate and Real.

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Actually I started a book a few years ago called "Between Friends". But with too many completing projects, I lost interest in it.

Here is one of the pictures to set the tone of the book - Passionate and Real.

It must be a really hard life, I mean almost unbearable...


You do great work, and I know it has to be a lot of fun.

My guess is that if you were to put up a post looking for a location boat to shoot on with a captain/baby oil slatherer position you may get a few replies LOL
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AWWww!! Geezz!! Dang it!! Now I have porn on my hard drive!!! SCREAM!!
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I think my vang just went boom.
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Actually I started a book a few years ago called "Between Friends". But with too many completing projects, I lost interest in it.

Here is one of the pictures to set the tone of the book - Passionate and Real.

Great bokeh - what do you shoot with?
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Re: Mermaids in the Bay

All kidding aside, very nice camera work.
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Great bokeh - what do you shoot with?
It was my go to lens Nikkor 85 mm f1.8, shot it at f2.0.
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Nice! Great portrait lens, and on my list of ones to buy. D300 body here - how bout you?
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Do you have an online portfolio?
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Nice! Great portrait lens, and on my list of ones to buy. D300 body here - how bout you?
Coool another nikonian . I have been with Nikon since the 70's. Now I use D200 and D800 bodies with 50 mm 1.4; 85 mm f.18; 14-28 mm f2.8; 28-70 mm f2.8; 70-200, f2.8 and a hard used 17-200 kit zoom.
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