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02-MAY-2005

Glowing Beauty

May 2

Ft. Walton Pier

I watched the sunset glowing on my wife's skin and wondered what I ever did to deserve her. She is my beautiful angel!


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David W. Hurt10-Jan-2014 15:39
Nice.
OurPhotos13-Apr-2012 14:20
Great shot
j>a>e>17 :):):)30-Nov-2007 11:12
how magical with your sweet wife... you 2 give new meaning to perfect couple... you soooo illustrate this :):):)
1moremile21-Dec-2006 00:24
Nice composed portrait and she is very pretty.
David W. Hurt18-Mar-2006 19:39
You have Excellent taste in Women. She looks super.
Guest 10-Nov-2005 23:20
Beautiful woman, fine note. The surfers are a bonus. Great picture.
Dan Chusid18-Oct-2005 02:06
Must have been the wine...
;^)
Guest 11-Oct-2005 21:45
Nice image, great notes.
Guest 04-Oct-2005 06:27
Very nice and romantic shot- well done to the photographer and to the model too
Iannis
Bryan07-Sep-2005 20:04
Very nice lighting and beautiful subject. Sometimes it's worth the wait for those sunsets.
camms28-Jul-2005 15:40
Very pretty! The lighting is perfect for romance. :)
Mike Bates20-Jul-2005 19:13
Excellent shot!! the lighting on this image is Suberb!!! I love shooting my better half also...

Mike
yosi aptekar11-Jul-2005 17:51
wonderful, she is glowing, and i can feel you glowing in your heart with love for her, keep it up.
Catherine Normandeau31-May-2005 22:48
Perfect light...and perfect message to your wife! Surfers in background add a little touch int the picture...very nice!
Della Huff29-May-2005 23:58
Scott - this is a beautiful portrait! (and such a sweet message! every girl loves reading something like that :)) I disagree with Shu - I think the surfers in the background add to the mood and the scene without taking any of the focus away from your wife. It helps that she's looking away from the surfers - moves the eye around the image. And obviously, great light here, too.
Guest 27-May-2005 19:05
What a wonderful shot and terrific sentiment. You captured the light perfectly -- the glow is amazing. I like the composition, too, with her looking slightly out of the frame and the railing forming a nice leading line across the frame.
Shu11-May-2005 23:39
Lovely shot and great commentary. Keep the focus on your gal by cloning out the surfer distractions on the water! Shu
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