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Good dragonslayero 2006-11-01 13:05

Hello Roberto

My first impression was that this could never be a real lizard. And it wasn't...
It is the feared toy lizard, they live in the hospital grounds of South America... Just kidding.

Composition looks ok, maybe a bit too hard light in the top and the bottom of photo, how about cropping it away?

Odd Jarle

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Old 11-01-2006, 08:29 PM
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Default To dragonslayero: Camelão

Oi Jarle, é muito comum em hospitais infantis do Brasil, ornamentos e decorações de animais de fauna e flora nacional.
Realmente, percebi que uma elevação de luz na extremidade da imagem.
Abraço, Roberto

"Hello Jarle, is very common in infantile hospitals of Brazil, ornaments and decorations of animals of fauna and national flora.
I really perceived that a rise of light in the extremity of the image. I hug, Roberto"
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Old 11-02-2006, 01:23 AM
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Default Re: To dragonslayero: Camelão

Hello Roberto

Of course I understand it is a nice decoration, it's just not the first thing I would expect. I'm more used to seing some flowerbeds, swings and a sandbox....
Then again, I'm not the most frequent visitor to the hospital...and that is the way I would like to keep it.... unless it is for visiting and picking up new family members!
Thank you for your reply and the clarification.

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