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A Bit O Tack is a photograph by Lincoln Rogers which was uploaded on October 8th, 2013.
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A close-up of a pile of equestrian tack with vintage-style tinting ~ horse bits, reins and a western rope.
A Bit O Tack
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October 8th, 2013
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great work, voted #24. Excuse me, I just realized I missed some post inside the big skip.
Lincoln Rogers replied:
No problem, Lingfai! Glad to have your comment and vote. Have a great day.
Very nice. Put it all on and you have a great chromed horse. lol v
At least they'll look good! Thanks Richard.
wonderful technique in the processing! Well done! v22
Thanks a ton, Steven! Nice to hear from you.
Looks amazing.. well done! v/f
I appreciate that, Jane! G'Day!!! :o)
Many thanks, Anastasia Kohn, for the feature in the group PhotosRUs!!!
great shot! v
I appreciate the comment and vote, Douglas!
Well done!! Love your treatment, v :)
That is nice of you to say, Jean!
WOW!! Lincoln, love this!! The detail is amazing!! v/f and FB
Thank you so much, Jordan, for the consistent positive feedback and support. Seeing my photos on your facebook page is an honor, to be sure.
Excellent vintage creation, Lincoln! v
Many thanks, Sipo! Thanks for taking the time to comment and vote.
V12, fantastic composition...your post is perfect!
Thanks a ton for the complimentary feedback on the post processing, Denise!
Awesome work Lincoln
Thank you for the positive comment, Jeff!
Great image, very well presented, excellent composition and treatment....outstanding! v/f
Soooo nice to hear such a positive comment from you, Barbara! I appreciate it.
Jo Ann Tomaselli
Wonderful image Lincoln ~ love the composition, depth and the detail in all this gear. Your choice of sepia creates and old west feeling that is pleasing ~ well done!
How great to hear such a detailed comment and positive feedback, Jo Ann! Many, many thanks!
Very cool! love this!
Thank you, Pamela!
I really like the sheen that comes from the polished stainless steel and how the leather and rope offsets that glow. The sepia works very well with this subject matter. Great work again Lincoln! v/fav
Thank you for your insightful feedback, James! It's nice to hear how all the parts work together for someone else who views the photo.
Very cool image, Lincoln! Awesome vintage aspect, another sepialicious work! Love it! v,f
Thank you so much, Giada!!! Pleased to hear you liked it.
I know very little about photography and I don't know what a topaz filter is but I do know what I like and your work is consistently wonderful Lincoln and very creative. Great job on this one. V7
I am honored by your comments, Maya! That means a lot coming from a talented artist like yourself. Thank you.
Gem S Visionary
What an artistic image you made with those things together.. A nice magic of the photography presented...!
That is so nice of you to say, Gem S! Many thanks.
Yay...more equestrian! Congrats on yesterdays features! As always, love this. v-4
LOL! Glad to please the cheering throng! Ha! Thanks so much for your comment, Lee. That was great.
Love all the shiney hardware! Looks like a tricky puzzle! Interesting!
That's an interesting perspective on that, Maureen! Thanks for the comment.
Cool and interesting photo!!! vf
Many thanks, Marvin! I appreciate that.
A big thank you to Joe McClellan for featuring this photo in his group Excellent Self-Taught Artists!
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