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Never-ending Rain by hexlord Never-ending Rain by hexlord
Name: Sakura Shinguji ( 真宮寺さくら )
Series: Sakura Taisen / Sakura Wars ( サクラ大戦 )

Cosplayed by :iconyuanie:

For more information about the series: [link]

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:iconlexcorp213:
LexCorp213 Feb 29, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
lovely
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:iconfinal-testament:
final-testament Oct 3, 2008   Photographer
Ok, see THIS IS FANTASTIC!

I love the feel to it, it's very vintage looking. It has the feel of a candid shot. It's as if the woman was at home, minding her own business, and she took a few seconds out of her busy day to sit and smile for your camera.

The effect that the rain lends to the photo is magnificent. Just enough to make it different, but not overbearing enough to detract from the woman. Just right.

Outstanding.
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:iconhexlord:
hexlord Oct 3, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks ^^
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reverseg Sep 10, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
That is one of the best cosplay photographs I've seen. Good composition, perfect timing, great cosplay.

We should give you an award for this...
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:iconhexlord:
hexlord Sep 10, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks.. haha, I am not that good :X
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:iconreverseg:
reverseg Sep 10, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
And humble, too!

We really should give you that award!...
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:iconhexlord:
hexlord Sep 10, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
^^ :hug:
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:iconchrisrdi:
wow thats such a pretty picture. just woooow.
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keichoku Dec 13, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
She REALLY fits, and the image looking old fits even better...also, something about the image, to me, fits her origins, too...then again, I lived in Sendai for awhile, so I might be biased. ;) Well done to both of you!
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