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Canon
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Canon EOS REBEL T3
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1/197 second
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Aug 8, 2012, 3:16:38 PM
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Earn Your Wings by RyuuLavitz Earn Your Wings by RyuuLavitz
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:iconmarvelscalemilotic:
MarvelscaleMilotic Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

Cool! I once drew my girlfriend as an angel with white wings, this inspires me to maybe draw her with black wings someday!

 

Anyways, this costume looks cool on you, I like the purple in your hair and your belly is cute.

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:icongodhi:
godhi Nov 15, 2013  Professional Writer
Foxy angel!
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:icondarkassassin069:
Amazing outfit, the hair, your pose, your cute little look the way your brushing your hair back!!

Oh my its just all so sexy!!
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:iconppradon:
where have you buy this bra !! It's awesome (like you in fact ;))
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:iconjuventus89:
juventus89 Oct 9, 2012
sooo beautiful
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:iconforestwolfdragon:
I do believe you have already earned your wings :)
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Skittles1332 Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
oh wow! this is amazing! and ur sooo pretty!
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:iconrjl7983:
That is possibly the best possible combination of stuff that could go on the human form or at least something worth admiring.
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:iconc41atomica:
i love the composition. nice use of the rule of thirds and i like how in a way the support of the bridge frames you just a bit. your outfit really does make you pop out from the surroundings. the large depth of field really adds a context and a subsidiary element to the work, almost that it could pass for a landscape and you're merely adding a foreground context. the exposure works. the only criticism i could possibly have is that you could have cropped in from the left a bit, so the edge of the frame is right up next to the support structure that's in the background, making the image a touch stronger.

great photo. really like it. :) stay awesome!
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