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Old May 2, 2010, 3:25 PM   #161
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....I chose to share these as my 5 personal favorites in no particular order.
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I loved this silhouette the first time I saw it and even more now. Well timed and captured!
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most of these are repeats from other posts, but i have only been at it for 2 months now, so my collection is still small.

1. My daughter pretending that she is looking in the distance.
2. Another one of my daughter with a swing in the background (my wife loved this one)
3. BW portrait of my wife (was an accidental monochrome shot with the camera in Chicago, Navy Pier)
4. Dangerous Hill sign on a trail around our little town (it's not a hill, it's a 90 degree cliff!!!). Also this is a different PP version than what i have posted before.
5. one of the better MMA action shots i got first time shooting that kind of stuff. 5 of my teammates fought that night and the guy facing me in this one sadly lost in a decision. Great fight though!
This is simply not fair...What awesome monochrome work....It
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Hard to say. My personal favorites from the last few months...




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Hard choices, perhaps one thread could be the most liked by others and another most liked by the photographer, these are a combination of both.

Brilliantly composed!. I love this photo!
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I loved this silhouette the first time I saw it and even more now. Well timed and captured!
Thanks you Javier,

'New Day in Cowtown' is a personal favorite I enjoy sharing, I appreciate your remark very much.

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Old May 2, 2010, 7:41 PM   #166
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I love this...Mama feeding her baby. Well captured!
Thanks for that - it was taken from a 2 part series on the little family in the wildlife forum if you are interested:

Graduation week -- Part I

Graduation Week -- Part II
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The frame absolutely makes this image. This is great use of negative space.
Thanks a lot Javier - glad you like one of my landscape shots too
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Great work here everyone, this thread has really inspired me to broaden my horizons with my photography.

Anyway here are 5 of mine.













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love the f15 and the duc shot
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Glad you joined in TG with 5 great shots. I agree the Ducati shot is sweet, nailed the exposure in what look to be pretty harsh conditions. Now you need to find another 5 for the other thread
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