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    That's a lovely picture. Well composed. You should make a series. Why don't try to follow this guy and his dog around for a while, would be nice to see more what they are up to.

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    Love the picture. Piglet genes? Entirely possible. The expression on the dog's face is priceless. It almost seems to say, " Yes this is how I travel. What exactly do you find unusual about this mode of transport?" You really should consider a series of people and their non-human charges. A very strong, and very humane portrait. Kudos.

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    Wonderful picture, I love dogs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Davidso View Post
    thx so much Worker 11811 your review is so Very Unique and that is the same what i feel
    You're welcome!

    When I was taking my first photo course in high school, the teacher had a rule that every critique had to be balanced.

    You had to state whether you liked a photo or not and you had to say why you liked it or didn't like it. Then, even if you hated a photo, you had to point out at least one positive aspect of the picture. Even if you loved a photo, you had to point out at least one thing that you thought would improve it.

    That was nearly 30 years ago but I still try to follow that rule whenever I can. I think it's important because it tells people that you are paying attention to the other person's work and giving them the respect they deserve as an artist.
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