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Featured in " Metallic Junktion" 8/30/2013The meanest looking Caddy I have seen to date.Nikon D80Tamron 10-270VC @ 70mmf9.5RAW, Aperture3,PSE11, Topaz ReStyle
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Paul, this is very artistic. Looks like it should be a promotional poster for an old novel. Like the sky in the background. It really adds feeling. Keep them coming.
Thanks Dave. I treated the background with Topaz ReStyle.
Super perspective, excellent image, Paul
Hi John, thanks for the favorite. This car is one of my local favorites.
Great ground hugging capture Paul.
The flexibility of air suspension, slam it to the ground then back up to drive away. Thanks Steven.
Layin’ frame…love it! Well done as usual!
Thanks much Larry, I just love this car.
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Thank you Deb :]
Incredible, Paul! That is an amazing image you have created there.
Hi Daniel, thanks for the praise and support.
Oh my goodness, What an amazing mean machine, Paul this is Fabulous, a wonderful work of art, love the angle, reflections colour and light. Brilliant :o)x
Hi Josie, I know you are a fan of dark photo’s. Thanks so much for your praise. The background was added and treated with Topaz ReStyle.
This is down right nasty……love it
Hello Di, thank you for the favorite. Yes, very nasty. You should see it in a show.
Hi Carolyn, thanks for the look , comment & favorite.Paul
Quite the unique image Paul…and great POV. Must be rough ridin’ though scraping along the ground. LOL. A fave…if I can get it to co-operate. >Ron<
Thanks Ron, she’s got a 500 cubic inch power. Thanks for the fav as well.