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    portrait

    I'm not sure I'm wild over the rose petals....opinions



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    awesome!!!

    Sorta reminds me of "American Beauty" good job!!!
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    No, the rose pedals are what really makes this shot amazing!!!!!! Great portrait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I think the petals bring out her eyes more... I like it.
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    I like it, the roses compliment her very well.

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    We'll I think I will try to use them more often ... Thank you for your replies

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