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MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

http://gallery.photo.net/photo/16596778-md.jpg

Nov 15 12 05:01 pm Link

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Minx & Fox

Posts: 19029

Austin, Texas, US

Love this.

Nov 15 12 05:11 pm Link

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MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Nimue Elaine wrote:
Love this.

Great old cabin, built in the early 1800's.

Nov 15 12 05:18 pm Link

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Marks Fine Art

Posts: 35986

Fort Smith, Arkansas, US

MMDesign wrote:
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Damn light switch! You have ruined an awesome picture! mad

Nov 15 12 07:42 pm Link

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MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Marks Fine Art wrote:
Damn light switch! You have ruined an awesome picture! mad

Yeah, there was no getting around it.

Nov 16 12 05:43 am Link

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Marks Fine Art

Posts: 35986

Fort Smith, Arkansas, US

MMDesign wrote:

Yeah, there was no getting around it.

Could you photoshop it out or something?

Nov 16 12 07:50 am Link

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Skipshots

Posts: 13421

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Get an axe and chop the wall down so we can see the rest of their bodies.

Nov 16 12 08:01 am Link

Photographer

MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Marks Fine Art wrote:

Could you photoshop it out or something?

That would be cheating.  smile

Nov 16 12 08:07 am Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

MMDesign wrote:
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This is a much better way for deer to go than to mate with the front end of a car...

Go Hunters!!!

Wildcat

Nov 16 12 08:10 am Link

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Ronin_LLC

Posts: 2012

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Are there more pictures of the cabin?

Nov 16 12 10:16 am Link

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MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Ronin_LLC wrote:
Are there more pictures of the cabin?

None that I have spotted yet. The light was pretty horrible so they're going to take some work.

In the main room, with the fire place, was a stuffed bear and a few other animals. There was also a great old stove in one corner. I was shooting a guy's mother who is turning 93 and was born in the cabin.

Nov 16 12 10:26 am Link

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Ronin_LLC

Posts: 2012

Louisville, Kentucky, US

MMDesign wrote:

None that I have spotted yet. The light was pretty horrible so they're going to take some work.

In the main room, with the fire place, was a stuffed bear and a few other animals. There was also a great old stove in one corner. I was shooting a guy's mother who is turning 93 and was born in the cabin.

I love cabins. Probably because I grew up in one.

Nov 16 12 11:21 am Link

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MMDesign

Posts: 18647

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Ronin_LLC wrote:

I love cabins. Probably because I grew up in one.

To get to this one you drive two miles back a dirt/mud road that only trucks and four-wheel drives can traverse. At the end of that you come to a creek which you drive up about 200 yards.

It's way back the "holler" in a beautiful valley.

Nov 16 12 12:07 pm Link