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model – RadkaD3xAF-S Nikkor 24-70mm 1:2.8G
part of a series on the use and abuse of alcohol in an exploration of loneliness and altered emotions.
distressed has been featured in the following groups:The Male Photographer 10th February 2010
abuse, alcohol, drunk, emotion, female, fine art, model, oblivion, radka
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Distressed, and distressed. Clever Andrew. Well said and well done.
Wow, I mean, look at her eyes, that distress in them. Wow, she’s good. I can’t believe she doesn’t drink at all.
Thank you as always Angela, I’ve loved you following and commenting on this series, which I have drawn to a close with this image. Andrew
– Andrew Jones
Wow, its done?? You have to come up with something else soon! You have followers! =)
Thank you Angela, its nice to know this. Maybe you can give me some inspiration!
Ohhhhh Andrew. WOW! Love this one. The lighting is flawless. Her face is perfect. Bravo.
My My! thank you Mathew, its so nice to get comments from someone as skilled in this area as yourself. very much appreciated, Andrew
Brilliant shot, brilliant series – thanks for keeping us on tenterhooks. I am fascinated to know what you will come up with next. This will be hard to match! Follower No.2 :)
Thanks Jim, Ive finally decided being that gentleman and putting this series to bed is approriate now! but I am very happy with this image as a finale.
Great work my friend!
Thank you Max, the parting shot of this series.
Thank you Matthew, being featured in the group is much appreciated.
excellent lighting, nice work, top shelf.
Thank you for the visit and comment Alex.
fantastic moody lighting. great work!
Thank you David, you are most kind. Andrew