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Just for the fun of it because I love Polonaise's comments and because he writes some of the best notes on TE...
Hi, George! Is this one up to your standards? Hope it is: there's no sky, you can see the cows, there's a better piece of the machette and the hand is not cut in 2...

"Liar,liar... Pants on fire...!!!

:-))))))

Marc, bro...
I didn't advice you to clone out the boy's machette...! I asked you to clone out that 'something' sticking out behind his arm...
Now, as you've posted a different POV of this smiling African cutie - with the machette visible - I sound like an idiot asking for stupid things..???
Please, don't play by the TE traditions, firmly established against any possible logics by the bunch of the highly awarded and totally frustrated camera owners. Play honestly with me, please... Pretty please...

Another thing...
You have wrote passionatelly about the boys and their machettas things...
Good... It's true - I believe in every word of yours...

Errrr... Where is it...? Where is the machette ?

Oh, that thing under his arm..?

Well, it is there but, again...If you didn't mention that - how many of us would even noticed that thing in there ? Upper part of it looks like part of the sack on his back, and the bottom part looks like a wooden stick...
In other words: In your first photo ( the deepest bow possible for it) - the 'machette/something' in there is invisible, and in your second photo - you had to write about about so we can notice its presence, yet... You made the big fuss about it ?

"A fotka made with the keyboard rather than with the camera" - well known syndrome ? :-))))
( Henk ( oochappan) - wrote some time ago about the photos made with the words rather than the pixels...
Smart text...Still very actuall...Still right on time).

...............

The photo ?
Cute, tourist snapshot... I think you been to Africa or something...? :-))))
Expect a whole bunch of green, African monkies ( no pun intended) from the experts..."

Hi George, did you get my point? You are right! but imperfections are necessary to a picture as it is for a woman ;o)). The first one was the best one, more soul I'd say...



George avait raison avec ses critiques. Celle-ci n'a pas les défauts dont il parle mais la première avait plus d'âme que celle-ci... C'est comme avec les femmes ;o))

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