For the record...

...when I disappeared to Argentina recently, I was with my wife.

Here she is, collecting ants in the mountains near Tafà de Valle:


photo details: Canon 17-40mm f4.0 L lens on a Canon EOS 20D

ISO 400, 1/250 sec, f11.0, with circular polarizer & gradient filter

on-camera fill flash

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I feel I have seen that lady before.

By Jack Jumper (not verified) on 24 Jun 2009 #permalink

Hello wife! Nice to meet you!