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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    We now await Pat's decisions for the best portrait and landscape shot for this week.
    Sorry... I did not read your intro for this week and did not realize I was picking. Otherwise I would not have commented or posted myself.

    I will get busy figuring out my picks. As is the case every week, the choice will be difficult.
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    Thanks Pat, I'll put the judges name in BOLD from now on.
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    For landscape, my pick would be Jonathan's "Three Sisters at Sunset".

    Landscapes picks were really tough... I really liked Erno's and David's shots, but in the end the call of the mountains for this flat lander won out.

    For the portrait pick, I was really splitting hairs to come up with one pick, but I ended up picking Wally's "Papa's Princess". Beautiful subject, great focuss, and very well executed.

    Thank you everyone for sharring.

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    Great selections Pat. I was scrolling through the images earlier and thinking that you were going to have a tough time as a number of shots really stood out. Congrats to Jonathan and Wally!

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    +1 to these comments.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Great selections Pat. I was scrolling through the images earlier and thinking that you were going to have a tough time as a number of shots really stood out. Congrats to Jonathan and Wally!
    Thank you Pat.
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    Thanks Pat. Congrats to Jonathan.
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    Congrats guys.....excellent images! ( Good selection by Pat )

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    Wow that's a great honour --- thanks so much! And congrats to Wally too. "Papa's Princess" is the perfect title for the gorgeous shot. Pat I really liked your Old Town scene --- it was obvious that you spent some time putting that composition together, to great effect. The sepia finish was the perfect touch too.

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