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Great GyurMaster 2019-10-20 6:14

Dear Gert,

Besides being funny, its an excellent photo-report of that era, executed very well technologically: the main subjected is well-highlighted against the dark bg and the vivid pullover of the boy also stands out well against the dull environment. I also like that the sheep is staring into the camera, like it was saying: 'Dude, seriously?' This effect is enhanced by the man on the right, who also look a bit surprised. I have no other chance, but to fave it!

Best Wishes,
Gy.

PS: Nowadays, if someone wants to wash his/her dog before going home, Wash & Vau (vau is the sound for barking in Hungarian) machines are available here in Hungary. These kids were ahead of their time.

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Old 10-20-2019, 08:51 PM
holmertz holmertz is online now
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Hello György,
You are really trigger-happy when it comes to faving photos, but thank you very much. Don't you have any photos of a Wash & Vau machine? Is there a choice of 40°, 60° or 90° degrees? Do they have tumble-driers?
Have a nice week,
Gert
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Old 10-21-2019, 10:28 PM
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I'm trigger-happy, when I see good photos/ or photos taken with Kodachrome.
Sadly enough, I don't have photos of Wash and Vaus, but I know that you shouldn't wash dogs above 30 Celsius, otherwise they won't wag their tails anymore! ;-)
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