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    The Family Outing

    Re-worked with new title

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    Re: The Family Outing

    This is so perfect, just makes me laugh, perfect timing, perfect matching expressions. Good to see you back here Tuna.
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    Re: The Family Outing

    I love it.
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    Re: The Family Outing

    Yes, a perfectly timed shot. Great expressions, love it!

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    Re: The Family Outing

    Great street photo. So human. How did you get this without causing a stir?

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    Re: The Family Outing

    Priceless!
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    Re: The Family Outing

    In Trafalgar Square
    Last edited by Danube; 06-09-2013 at 02:37 PM.

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    Re: The Family Outing

    wonderful pictures

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    Re: The Family Outing

    Very nice image Tuna, i love it.


    Since this is a critique forum just one nitpick:
    Did you by any chance oversharpen the image a bit? The hair of the boy seems to have a glow around it that tends to appear either with over sharpening, or with certain lighting conditions.

    Either way, great image.

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