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      • dislike the comment. still getting over the CT shooting.
        photo is horrible though.

        • You can draw that connection? Dude, ease up on the sensitivity pills, K?

        • Bob. Every day, thousands of children around the world are killed in accidents, murders, you name it. Angela’s comment was obviously not meant to trivialize any of it. Get over yourself.

        • EvilDaystar

          It’s a pop culture reference to the movie the sixth sense.

        • TollToll

          What the crack? Seriously.

    2. A photographer

      How can a photo be both overexposed AND underexposed?

    3. Hanimex Omelette

      Not every photographer thinks to use Night Vision technology to capture your child’s special creepiness.

    4. Even for a snapshot it’s bad beyond believe…

    5. BurninBiomass

      Night of the Rocking Horse

    6. EvilDaystar

      It makes me sad that this person was proud enough of this photo to put they “company name” on it and put it in the “portfolio”.

      Guess what, I’ve written a “novel” … no one will ever see it … not even the wife … it;s a horrible piece of garbage so it will stay where it belongs … hidden somewhere on a backup drive.

    7. Oh, c’mon guys… it’s clearly a photo of the photographer himself, taken in 1953 by his mother, and put on his FB page to show….um, wait…. nevermind!

    8. on top of all the rubbish-ness of the photo, it totally looks like there is only one handle on the rocking horse….

    9. Just when I think it can’t get any worse… This is absolutely hideous beyond belief! Why bother watermarking it?

    10. I honestly can’t even figure out how these fauxtogs are taking such blurry photos with their point-and-shoots… Even when I try to take a bad photo with a point-and-shoot, it doesn’t turn out nearly this bad.

      • I actually suspect it’s more from post, judging by the generous application of the sepia tone, white vignette and overall even blur across the photo (rather than varying degrees due to depth of field).

        But if it’s all natural blurring, I am impressed!

    11. What has happened to the horses handle on the left? Child seems to be holding nothing.
      A very sad picture all round .

    12. First I play with Judd, then mommy came, and I play with mommy. We play daddy, we had a awful good time! Now, I want to play with you…
      What did you do?
      What did you do!
      (Pet Cemetery)

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