#497 Fenced In Puppy Love
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mark fadely
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Wonder what they are thinking?



CDalessandro
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Hi Mark,
Well this is my take on what the thoughts are...
Him..I wonder if she would go out with me?
Her...wonder if he will ever notice me...
Ok, so they are really thinking..Him, I wonder if my Dad will let me drive his old Camaro...her,when will my prince find me.

Great shot Mark and thanks for humoring me.
Carolyn



Hightraxx
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Nice shot Mark, you should of asked what they were thinking.

Norm



robert829
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Wow nice capture mark this picture really make me think.Converting it to blk/white really sets the mood between them



BennyR
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Purdy nice. Just not real crazy about that white steak coming out of the guys head. Not a huge deal though.



svassh
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Very nice Mark, really like the chain link in front of the focus and the B/W.



mark fadely
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CDalessandro wrote:
Hi Mark,
Well this is my take on what the thoughts are...
Him..I wonder if she would go out with me?
Her...wonder if he will ever notice me...
Ok, so they are really thinking..Him, I wonder if my Dad will let me drive his old Camaro...her,when will my prince find me.

Great shot Mark and thanks for humoring me.
Carolyn


Carolyn! Hmm, seems like you've read into this quite elaborately. Almost like you've been there done that! HaHa. Thanks for your insightful comments.



mark fadely
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Hightraxx wrote:
Nice shot Mark, you should of asked what they were thinking.

Norm


Hi Norm, thanks for the comment. I think I would have really embarrased them by asking any questions. It was a fun moment to watch as one who has been in that same situation in my youth. Ah, young love...... wasted on the young



mark fadely
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robert829 wrote:
Wow nice capture mark this picture really make me think.Converting it to blk/white really sets the mood between them


Thanks Robert,

I'm glad this made you think cause that was the intention. I wanted a real story for this week's shot and I thought this did it as well as I could.



mark fadely
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BennyR wrote:
Purdy nice. Just not real crazy about that white steak coming out of the guys head. Not a huge deal though.



Thanks, and dang! I didn't even notice the white stake shooting out of his head. Good catch and I think I will go back and clone that out.



mark fadely
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svassh wrote:
Very nice Mark, really like the chain link in front of the focus and the B/W.


Thank you,

I'm glad you like it and thanks for making a comment. I was hoping for the effect to be good with the DOF and the B&W conversion.



Tenn.Jer
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I like the photograph, and the interaction between their thoughts really makes it work...Knowing teenagers like I do, my guess is that their thoughts are more along the lines of, "I wonder if I've done enough work to quit now..."
Very Nice Work, Mark.
Jerry



mark fadely
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Thanks Jerry,

I can see by your entry that you know a little bit about teenagers too Thanks for commenting.



Travis Rhoads
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Nicely done as usual Mark. Just the right DoF, and very nice conversion.



mark fadely
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Thanks Travis, and congrats on your second win! A bit premature maybe, but nobody will catch you with only 2 days left to vote. You can thank me later for sending all my voters over to you. I'm ending with a big zero, . That's one of the great parts about the Weekly Assignment. It's a reality check. It's like when your friends/family say you're a great singer, and then you meet Simon on American Idol.



Travis Rhoads
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mark fadely wrote:
Thanks Travis, and congrats on your second win! A bit premature maybe, but nobody will catch you with only 2 days left to vote. You can thank me later for sending all my voters over to you. I'm ending with a big zero, . That's one of the great parts about the Weekly Assignment. It's a reality check. It's like when your friends/family say you're a great singer, and then you meet Simon on American Idol.

Thanks Mark...me and that reality check are great friends. The WA is so much fin, because you never know what anyone is going to do, one week you are on top, the next on the bottom. I might win that one...but I am having a PITA time getting a shot for this one, my daughter is not cooperating, that is the difficulty of working with a 10 month old model.



BennyR
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Thanks, and dang! I didn't even notice the white stake shooting out of his head. Good catch and I think I will go back and clone that out.

Excellent Mark. Likey much more.



Bob_Martin
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I feel that part of good story-telling photography is to catch a moment where there is some tension and leave it ambiguous enough such that the viewer can project into the scene. This image does that very well!



mark fadely
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Travis Rhoads wrote:
mark fadely wrote:
Thanks Travis, and congrats on your second win! A bit premature maybe, but nobody will catch you with only 2 days left to vote. You can thank me later for sending all my voters over to you. I'm ending with a big zero, . That's one of the great parts about the Weekly Assignment. It's a reality check. It's like when your friends/family say you're a great singer, and then you meet Simon on American Idol.

Thanks Mark...me and that reality check are great friends. The WA is so much fin, because you never know what anyone is going to do, one week you are on top, the next on the bottom. I might win that one...but I am having a PITA time getting a shot for this one, my daughter is not cooperating, that is the difficulty of working with a 10 month old model.



Guess you figured out your shot as you've posted a real contender this week Travis!



mark fadely
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BennyR wrote:
Thanks, and dang! I didn't even notice the white stake shooting out of his head. Good catch and I think I will go back and clone that out.

Excellent Mark. Likey much more.


Thanks again for the critique Benny.



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