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Expressive Photograph - Jake From State Farm by Lenore Senior

Jake From State Farm is a photograph by Lenore Senior which was uploaded on June 26th, 2012.

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Smiling! v

What a wonderful day-in-the-life portrait. Love the post processing. vf

I have to agree with Lianne that this picture first brought a smile to my face. Your description points out social issues that impact all us even in the USA . Great picture and thank you for raising our social conscience! We need more of this in the USA, not less!! ;) v/f!!

Very cool TV shot and wonderful edit!! v.f

Good ol' Jake and his khaki pants! lol

Lenore, looking through your galleries never ceases to amaze me. Not only do you have the most incredible eye for composition, turning everyday occurrences into fabulous art, but your heart-centered perspective gives such depth and meaning to your already fabulous work. It's the "full meal deal" if you know what I mean? To create beautiful work is lovely, but to use that work to create meaningful change in the world and to help educate and evolve humanity...that is Masterful! v/f

Lenore Senior replied:

Thank you so much, Rory, for your comments. They mean a lot to me.

When I saw this image, I had to smile because of the clever advertising thought! Lenore-a Great view!

Very cool, Lenore! Made me laugh!

Beautiful!

Atmospheric portrait! Serious thought behind the meaning of the picture as well. I LIKE it!

What a fantastic, funny yet thoughtful look at American life -- so much said both by the image itself and your insightful description. Outstanding in every way!

Excellent description - that is something that can not be said often enough. Even in this country the number of kids that go without food is staggering. v/f

I agree with Lianne.....it's really funny until you read the description. It's a problem here in our own country too. Our local food bank helps a lot, and I try to take cat and dog food as well, to help people continue to care for their furry friends. Otherwise they end up in a shelter or on the side of the road. F/V

trully impressive love the colours so bright and vibrant a wonderful piece fv

What an inspiring work you created, Lenore! I really love the color contrast and the movement, fantastic!!

Lenore, You took on the challenge and accomplished your goal with great verve and flair. Bravo for you! Also I read the description all the way to the end. It is sad about the starving children (and others who are without food). It makes me want to go out and do something about it. Good wishes to you. You and your sister are two of my favorites on FAA.

I agree, very cool!!!!

Very cool!!

I love this masterpiece of Art of yours here Lenore.,another Fav/Feature.

Fabulous image and editing!!!!! V/F!

Oh I needed a good laugh Lenore - but you've done wonders with this. But I must say, your description brought me right back down to earth with a message no one should miss. How can we live with that kind of knowledge?? F/V my friend.

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