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post #11 of 13 Old 08-02-2013, 03:41 PM
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FWIW, I don't see evidence of rotation at all in any of these angles. I see splat and flare, jammed quarters, some imbalance and heels left too long, but overall for what they person started with, they look vastly improved. Another timely trim or three will do alot.
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Angle of the hairline, shape of dorsal wall, bulge above hairline, apparent disappearance of tip of frog into flat sole... But as said, pics aren't clear enough & may be giving me wrong idea.
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The sole pic looks like some nasty overgrown bars giving that appearance. The hairline looks like jammed quarters causing the bulging and "dip" look in the front there. Just what I see but yeah, the angles are no good and we are missing shots.

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