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Raking leaves is a privilege.
I don't know why she
isn't smiling.

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bill friedlander15-Oct-2017 23:31
I know why she isn't smiling. I wouldn't either.
Enny29-May-2007 08:56
excellent treatment, love the expression, super shot.
yomaki12-Apr-2007 16:53
nice color tone and contrast here...
Steve Ainsworth22-Mar-2007 14:26
I'm with Bryan. In fact, I've been mowing over my leaves for years; I mulch them to pieces. I tell myself it's good for the grass. That's a lot better than Dave's suggestion to blow his leaves onto his neighbor's yard.
Char04-Jan-2007 04:21
This is a terrific picture. Excellent treatment and wonderful tone.
Yiannis Pavlis27-Nov-2006 13:08
nice capture and treatment.
Soenda13-Nov-2006 07:42
If she beans you with her rake for your comments, no jury with any women on it would convict. Thin ice there, my friend.

That tree behind her is enormous. I bet it puts down three times the number of leaves of the younger ones.

Very daring to do a fall leaves shot in BW, but you got it to work beautifully.
1moremile12-Nov-2006 10:10
John, how's this? It's the original, before I cloned in all the leaves, etc.
Dave Beedon11-Nov-2006 18:43
She should try a leaf blower. I used one for the first time a few days ago and was amazed by its ability to remove wet leaves from asphalt and concrete. Such a device would certainly restore a smile to this woman's face. The trees are magnificent and the street lamp is cool too: more reasons for a smile.
estralita11-Nov-2006 18:22
Yes, that is a lot of work!! I hope this is the last. Gret capture. vote
flowsnow11-Nov-2006 17:53
I like the contrast on this picture. It defnitely captured my attention.:D Great shot.
1moremile11-Nov-2006 14:57
Bryan, that's just being lazy. And creative.
Bryan11-Nov-2006 14:43
Its that time of the year again. Think I'll just run em over with my lawn mower instead ;)
Wei O'Connell11-Nov-2006 14:32
Great composition and beautiful treatment.
Barb11-Nov-2006 14:12
Neat capture and treatment
1moremile11-Nov-2006 14:07
John, this is the U.S of A. where we don't eat hedgehogs, but we do eat wholesome, nutritious hot dogs.
marie-jose wolff11-Nov-2006 13:57
beautiful treatment !
John Cooper11-Nov-2006 13:38
What is she trying to spear, a Hedgehog for the barbecue ?
Cindi Smith11-Nov-2006 13:36
Yes, it looks like it is gone! Love the look on her face and great tones as well!
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