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    wombat

    I know I don't post much, but I finally managed to get some photos of him
    Normally he leaves me chasing the drivers while he photographs the cars.
    This time he was doing a simulated F1 pitstop and I managed to get a few while he was busy.
    Oh and one that would have been in the window light project if he'd uploaded it in time.
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    Re: wombat

    Very cool and nice to see you posting Mrs. Wombat!

    I love the last pic of PAul. Very nice.
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: wombat

    I will second Jeta's comments. Nice to see you posting !
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    Re: wombat

    You got some great shots there MrsW. And what a wonderful window light portrait of hubby too! :thumbsup:

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    Re: wombat

    That's a great portrait of Paul!
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    Re: wombat

    Did he do well in the pit stop with the ladies?
    I, too, like the portrait shot.
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    Re: wombat

    we can see where he gets his talents from,good job,.you should post more often.

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    Re: wombat

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsWombat
    I know I don't post much, but I finally managed to get some photos of him
    Normally he leaves me chasing the drivers while he photographs the cars.
    This time he was doing a simulated F1 pitstop and I managed to get a few while he was busy.
    Oh and one that would have been in the window light project if he'd uploaded it in time.
    How cute! He looks like a kid with his favorite toys...
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    Re: wombat

    And he's such a handsome fellow, too!
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    Re: wombat

    Awesome Mrs. Wombat....great captures of a great subject...look forward to more from you!
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    Re: wombat

    Hello Mrs. Wombat,

    Your husband is a great guy, I had the pleasure of spending time with him in Las Vegas earlier this year, sorry we never got to meet. That is a great portrait of him! Nicely done.

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    Re: wombat

    Beautiful, simply beautiful.


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    Re: wombat

    Great to see you posting. I wish I could get the Mrs. to shoot more and participate here. I love the pit stop images but that portrait is truly a gem. Wonderful stuff. Thanks for sharing Wombat with us here at PR.
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