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All of the costumes wore by Scarlett in the movie, this costume gets the most screen time. She wears this gown in the hopes of snaring her love in to leaving his fiance for her. It has a lovely green sprig pattern and off shoulder neckline that has ruffles and velvet ribbons.
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I just want to offer up a viewpoint as someone on the other side of this. I am generally a very utilitarian person. I love hatchbacks and small pickups for their utility, a Honda Fit is probably my ideal daily driver for its good gas mileage and cargo capacity.
I’ve been looking into a new camera lens or body to improve indoor low light or night photography. I enjoy taking portraits the most but I also do street photography, I currently use a T6i with a 40mm f/2.8. I really like the look of portraits from pairing with a 50mm f/1.4 but the auto focusing was just awfully slow but possibly a bad copy? I’ve used just this T6ix40mm set up since the T6i came out, and I saved up spare money to invest.