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Great No_One 2013-08-12 5:49

Hi Russ,
Now thats a photo that not many people can claim to have in their collections, and its a perfect photo too. The grain adds a nice feel of grittiness to the scene, and makes it feel a little older, and therefore a piece of history. The expression and body language of Bob here are so iconically his. (it appears iconically is not a word though). Brilliant shot, and one anyone would be proud to have in a collection.
All the best
Noel

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Old 08-12-2013, 03:03 PM
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Smile To Noel_Byrne: I say it is a word.

"Iconically," in a way or to an extent that is iconic. Per http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/iconically

Now, I know the Brits may be a little more conservative about their precious English language, but here in the States, we'll fearlessly mangle it, oblivious to whether it improves the conveying of a thought or counterproductively obscures a meaning.

Have a great evening, Noel!

Russ
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