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Cormac at Colton Pond

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    My son searching for tadpoles...
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    Enchanting photograph, Jason.
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    Wonderful picture of your son. I really like the lighting.
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    Jason, you have captured a lovely moment and the processing really enhances the mood
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    Jason, you have captured a lovely moment and the processing really enhances the mood
    What else is there to say. Beautiful moment.
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    Now for the important question. Did he find any?
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    Beautiful light and a wonderful image.
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    QuietOne, he sure did!
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    Lovely mood to both pictures. I haven't chased tadpoles in a very long time.

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