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Artist, selling his work in Hvar, Croatia
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approach, artist, croatia, hvar, woman
great catch Mojca…sorry my english is fake ..if you understand this: moje fotografije na ovom sajtu izgledaju ostrije nego originals ..dali imas sl dojam? ova tvoja mi izgleda dobro,samo kod fotografa pixeli izgledaju malo rasprsnuti… zato pitam…If you don’t understand this – ignore me ..cheers
Hvala ti puno Zdenko :), normalno, možemo pričat na srbskohrvatski (razumjet češ me iako napravim poneku grešku hehe)…mislim, da je i kod mojih slična prića, mada je ova fotografija loše kvalitete, kod artista sad zbog dodatnog osvetljivanja i lošija…probat ču ako se još nešto može uraditi :)
– Mojca Savicki
great expression on his face. love the contrast.
Mojca, this is wonderfulNo we need to understand your English ~ you communicate so very well through your imagesYou should put this in the Silhouette group as well
splendid capture. The expression on the face of the guy is priceless…
Thank you very much Vincent! Glad you like it!
that’s a fantastic capture with his expression, the mood !!!!!!!
Many thanks James! Yeah, his expression makes this shot :))
language isn’t important it’s all in the images
Thanks David, but all the same, i’d like to know when I write something incorrectly hehe…what about now, is it correct?
‘To Approach Her Or Not To Approach’ sound perfectly acceptable English to me ~ it is a perfect title in my opinion
I’m really glad you think so :)
not knowing when to approach is very importantinvasion of the personal space is sacrosanct
Exactly…and these days people are often too aggressive in their need to sell more stuff and to earn more money…
When I am in this situation exhibiting work, I prefer to stand back and listen to comments of the viewers first, and study which images they are looking at
He was very clever, good observer have to say, he approached me after he saw me studying his work more closely and he guessed I knew something about drawing :), he even bought me a drink later and gave me some tips on pencil drawing :)))
love the shot…beautiful low light shot beautiful silhouete of the lady :-)
Thank you so much Denzel!