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Portraits Photograph - The Last Doll by Ion vincent DAnu

The Last Doll is a photograph by Ion vincent DAnu which was uploaded on January 14th, 2012.

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Beautiful work Ion, very interesting blog you have also.

It's Ok to be sentimental. I can be one at times but I don't like too much sentiment. It can drive me nuts after a while. =)

A truly sentimental and a beautiful capture, Ion. Great lighting, detail and mood.

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Thank you Lourry! From time to time, it happens to be at the good place, with the good light and (it doesn't hurt) with a heart full of love. Nah, I'm getting sentimental...

beautiful portrait....

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Many thanks, Renata! Danke shön!

she is beautiful Ion, you make a handsome couple. I love the image and the sepia gives it a fabulous glow. And that smile,oh my, I see how she caught you. F/V

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Thank you, Sharon. The smile and gentle character counted, no doubt, but the eyes did the trick. Fate, eh?

Wow, what a beautiful, sentimental photo and remembrance. Jogged my memories of times past. Thanks so much for sharing. A f/v.

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

My pleasure, Dale, and Thank You!

Oh wow, what a wonderful, special, and meaningful image!!!

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Thanks very much, Laurie!

Ion the tender capture of beautiful moment in time. A grand photograph my friend. (I recall the Zenith - your description of the camera is perfect) - v/f

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Generous as usual, bob, thanks! I like this too and not only for its sentimental value... and yes, Zenith had great lenses... and I had also a 300 mm gun I could use with it... I remember it quite fondly! And you had to know a things or two about photography in order to get good pictures...

Absolutely beautiful and sensitive work. Fave.

Ion vincent DAnu replied:

Very glad you like it, Lenore! Thanks!

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