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    Excellent concept. Great execution.

    Your woodworking?

    Very nice.

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    Love those old wood puzzles.
    This is a real nice comp and lighting. Did you color the one piece in pp or spray all the others gray?
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    Nice clarity and tones.
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    thank you guys. you don't think it's to much?....rick
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    This is awesome rick.

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    thank you S.A. some times i have to step back and shoot what i like. or it's all work. and it's not fun any more....rick
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    Curious. What's the meaning behind it for you and for caling it Autistic view? Tha'ts what really caught me

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    a frend of mine has a son that's autistic and is good with puzzels. he sead that he can just see that one thing
    that is the key to it. and it kinda made me think about it. so i shot this and he sead " yah like that" so it was
    kinde of cool to conect with him that way
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    I had a feeling you connected with someone who had autism. My mum teaches classes for caregivers or people who have a loved one with a mental illness. They cover more of the bipolar, depression, schitzophrinia type, not autism. But sometimes that's how I see things to (having bipolar myself). Can't always concentrate on every single thing there, but sometimes on thing sticks out.

    I'd love to show this to my mum, she'd find a lot of meaning in it herself.


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