Day 2 :: coming out of hiding
  • ~~gone~~ 7y

    the hoodie creates very cool contrast... it is so good to see THIS face again on here... sincerely
  • Edward Leger 7y

    Nicely composed.
  • almukhtar_salisu 7y

    Nice to see
  • ~~gone~~ 7y

    to come back and see "day two" on this makes me smile :)
  • Meredith Farmer 7y

    Thank you.
  • Jim 7y

    You look very confident in this one. Thanks for sharing more - it's what makes flickr so cool.
  • Mark W. Farmer 7y

    Nnniiikkkooonnnnn!!!!
  • janece 7y

    It's great to have you back! As always, I'm loving your pics!
  • CB Buie 7y

    Love this.
  • Dave 7y

    Hey, I almost did a hoodie shot today. But then I ended up taking off my shirt because the hood was annoying me. :)

    Cool shot!
  • Meredith Farmer 7y

    Lllllllllliiiiiiiiigggggggggghhhhhhhhhhtttttttssss!!!

    & Thanks.

    When in doubt...strip down. ;-)
  • shotbart 7y

    The attention you got just means you're loved... and you should never hide from love ;)
  • s_d_anthony 7y

    love this one.
  • gia_365days 7y

    cool shot! great composition!
  • Jerry 7y

    Welcome Back!... :o)

    WINNER
    You are my winner!
    Please add this photo to
    www.flickr.com/groups/mywinners/
  • Hawaiian Sea 7y

    Are you playing the song by Pamela Stanley? Nice to see you again.
  • Meredith Farmer 7y

    Thanks - it's nice to be back, too. I'm not familiar with Pamela Stanley. Lyrics to match my title?
  • Sandman5 7y

    It's really nice to see you back again... I missed your excellent self-portraits... (and clearly I'm not the only one!)
  • Meredith Farmer 7y

    Thank you.
  • Trinitro Tolueno 6y

    Lovely pic!!!!

    TnT!
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Taken on January 11, 2008
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