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5th - Two Mercedes and Cone by tvsometime
27-MAY-2009 tvsometime

5th - Two Mercedes and Cone by tvsometime

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ctfchallenge30-May-2009 23:25
Very well seen and taken Tommy. I'm guessing this was a valet park where they tend to park all the "special" cars grouped together? Great work!
~Brent
ctfchallenge30-May-2009 01:09
Rod
Very poetic & descriptive Tommy:-)
ctfchallenge30-May-2009 01:08
Rod
Bleeding L Kiki why don't you just look at the picy & act all ahrtiiiiistic like wot we do. This is all deep stuff megirl:-)
ctfchallenge30-May-2009 01:07
Thanks all. Don't know what that cone was doing there but I'm drawn to it like a maggot to road kill. -tv
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 14:55
Well.. here I see a face, but I don't dare to tell in case Rod thinks I've been drinking again..
-k2
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 13:57
Very nice. I like all your cone shots but this one has a nice humorous theatricality.
And it looks real good too. ;)
~xray
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 12:02
these cones are just the greatest thing. Of course, two Mercedes wouldn't be too bad either. Nice one!! Penny Street
Guest 29-May-2009 08:58
Love the long lines and the cone to balance it out Looks like an exclamation mark- Debi
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 06:13
Excellent !
Konstantin
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 05:48
Rod
Ditto & ditto, this is the special one a. The brick parking place really adds a sense of class fit for parking these nice cars on. The witches hat pulls the picy into a tight whole that works so well. Great picy mate.
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 05:43
Very nice. I like all your cone shots but this one has a nice humorous theatricality.
And it looks real good too. ;)
~xray
ctfchallenge29-May-2009 03:08
My favorite of the three. We're guided right through the picture from bottom to top with a safety cone to put on the brakes. -Doug