Saturday, May 22, 2010




  1. Is there a larger version of the 3rd picture (left to right, third row top to bottom)? I'd really love it if there was.

  2. AnonymousMay 23, 2010

    Sorry Monsieur Cinema :( The pic after clicking on it is the largest version I have... sure wish I had a bigger one too... I love the... ummm... cherry blossoms :)

  3. AnonymousMay 23, 2010

    "Pose 42422"--Dimas Caetano drinking orange soda under the cherry blossoms or whatever they are--is one of my all-time favorite photos. I used to have a bigger version of it on my old computer. I'm going to try to see if I can enlarge yours successfully. If I can, I'll send you a copy. If I'm not mistaken, it's the same one Monsieur Cinema is asking about.

    Happy Victoria Day! It's Memorial Day Weekend in the U.S.

  4. AnonymousMay 24, 2010

    With PAINT under Window 7 it's very easy to enlarge a picture.
    I admire the fact that Keith is able to recognise Dimas Caetano. Bravo !
    Patrick, your french fan.

  5. AnonymousMay 24, 2010

    I am impressed that Keith recognized Dimas as well, but not surprised... check out his fantastic blog - - it is well worth a regular visit!
    The first year I was doing this I did not enlarge or try to alter pics - I do now but it does not always work well - when all is said and done you cannot add pixels or increase the image size without some level of distortion :(

  6. AnonymousMay 24, 2010

    I have added a version of Dimas that Keith enlarged - which kind of proves the point of my last comment.
    What is really cool though is that Keith went to the trouble of doing this! We started blogging around the same time and Keith has ALWAYS been supportive (probably because that Beeatch's blog is so much better than mine and he feels sorry for me)... Keith turns 3 on June 13th - let's see what his party is like! :)

  7. AnonymousMay 24, 2010

    Just call me jailbait! : ) My blog is no better than anybody's, but I have had an obsession with Dimas Caetano almost from the beginning, so he's easy for me to recognize--even in TINY reproductions! : )

    It's true that enlarging a pic is a crapshoot. If the pic had high resolution to begin with, you can enlarge it pretty well. If it didn't, you just get a mess of pixels. You just have to try it and see what happens.


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