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This is work in progress, but since I can't update my blog and I had a short time available on the net I posted this as a place holder.

UPDATE: I really live in a third world country. Since Sunday the 6th of May a ship sailed through the intercontinental optical fibre cable called the Americas II. As a result Suriname, Guyana and French Guyana are cut off from the internet (and international telephony). I had this image in the unassigned cue so I can mange it on a sattelite with dial up speed. Backup systems are non-existent or poor. It will take at least another 14 days to repair the fiber optical cable. Can't upload anything until then. Missing the Shutterchance community!!
Suby from Milton Keynes, UK 14 May 2007, 00:11
Hope your net gets back up soon.

Lovely pose, lovely pose. When you back up, please re-edit this image and ,make the whole background plain white smile


Suby
Patrick Krolis: Sure will do, it will give me a chance to try my MaskPro plugin I just got. I spent a while looking at this image, in order to decide what to do with it, i will definitely take your suggestion and try to work that out!!!

mal 14 May 2007, 00:41
we miss you to! especially with images like this. mal
Patrick Krolis: Hey Mal, need to go and take a look what you have produced while I was absent!! have you been posting exciting new stuff?

Neil Tandy from Johannesburg, South Africa 14 May 2007, 08:23
Sorry to hear about the net problems Patrick. The images you have been managing to post are great, can't wait to see more!! Kind regards, Neil.
Patrick Krolis: Hey Neil, thank you very much for your compliment, how are you doing!! bneed to take a look at your blog too to see what i have missed while being cut off!!!

Anup Payyakkil 14 May 2007, 09:55
Sorry to hear about the problem. Hope it is rectified soon.
Just loved the symmetry of this image. But I think it would have been better with the knees visible.
Patrick Krolis: Thank you very much for the comment Anup, there you say something about the knees, would it be better? hmmm, a pity I can't go back and shoot it again, but I will keep it in mind for a next shoot, smaller is always possible, but then again in the heat of the shoot, I often shoot, what i find interesting at that moment. I see things and shoot, and obviously i also miss things smile

Josť-Angel 14 May 2007, 23:49
Ciertamente es un problema Patrick, pero creo que se trata de un accidente, independientemente de que como dices, estés en el tercer mundo !. Esta fotografía me gusta. Pero... Pienso dos cosas: 1) Deberías haber abierto el cuadro para llegar a ver las rodillas de la modelo y 2) Sería bueno un poco de tratamiento para conseguir un efecto parecido al de esta foto -> http://bodynsoul.shutterchance.com/photoblog/51456.htm !!
P.D.: Patrick, me gustaría recibir de vez en cuando alguna visita tuya. smile

Certainly it is a problem Patrick, but I believe that one is an accident, independently of which as you say, you are in the third world. This photography I like. But... I think two things: 1) You must have opened the picture to get to see the knees of the model and 2) He would be good a little treatment to obtain to an effect similar to the one of this photo - http://bodynsoul.shutterchance.com/photoblog/51456.htm! P.D.: Patrick, I would like to receive some visit once in a while yourssmile
Patrick Krolis: Ola Jose!!!
Estas cierto, necesita un pouco de tratamiento, por eso es una obra en progresso (work in progress) I missed the knees, that is true. Would it be more or less with the knees?

Ellie 15 May 2007, 00:35
Isn't it crazy that a ship can break such an important cable, and that it will take such a long time to repair.

I think I agree with the others about this one, because I think the background detracts a bit from the quality of the rest of the image. I think the same about her knees, might be better with them visible.
Patrick Krolis: it is amazing that there is only one of such a cable connecting 3countries. Luckily they are talking about adding 2 cables to give each country enough backup if one fails they can use the cable of the other. With regards to the knees, I start to get the feeling that I really missed out here, with regard to the background, yes I do agree 100%, that is why it is work in progress smile

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aitor 17 May 2007, 19:10
May be you live in a third world country. But you shot in that third worl country the most beautiful girls I¬īve ever seen gringringrin
Patrick Krolis: Thank you very much!!! I am sure the girls will be very happy with your comment gringringrin You are welcome to come and visit any time smile

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