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2 Aug 2012 3:34AM
like this image -very well taken........Grin

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
3 Aug 2012 11:38AM
this works really well.. Smile but wish you didn't chase birds Sad
3 Aug 2012 4:29PM
Thanks! What's wrong with chasing them? We're not hurting them or anything. Smile
comma Plus
7 108 6 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2012 9:45PM
makes a great image
5 Aug 2012 12:34AM
Superb timing. I know how fast they fly.
Excellent - I really like the release of the inner child, it's not as if she could catch them and it gave you a photo opportunity for us to discuss. Wink
Beautiful simplicity. Stunning image with immediate impact.
KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
5 Aug 2012 7:41AM
This makes a lovely image (I prefer it to the last upload because of the composition and the fact you've captured the whole of your friend's reflection).

As for chasing birds - perhaps that's a debate for the forums, rather then here!
NDODS Plus
5 4.8k 125 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 8:06AM
Simply a world class piece of monochrome photography, a pleasure to view, and one which I am sure will win many deserved accolades along the way.

Regards Nathan
5 Aug 2012 8:51AM
see the foot has not landed and she is in the air, just like the birds.. there's nothing wrong with chasing them.. its like a harmless safety drill for them and prepares them better for real dangers.Smile
franken Plus
13 3.7k 4 Wales
5 Aug 2012 9:06AM
Different and superb!

Ken
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 10:34AM
Even better than its predecessor.
Once again the timing is perfect, the monochrome conversion too, and the dreamlike atmosphere persists. Here there is a deeper, richer black in the shadows, which appear in their entirety, while the angle at which your friend is running - 45 away from you instead of straight across - strikes me as less frantic but more dynamic.
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
9 838 1368 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 11:07AM
Another enchanting image. The blurred reflections in wet sand add a lovely base.
Moira
55jase Plus
10 186 2 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 12:46PM
Love every thing about this. Quality.
Jase
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 8:38PM
Yes: Revisit: top-class image. And I take no moral stance on the chasing of seabirds!
Deserves more awards that I can give.
Best wishes
Bill
Carabosse Plus
12 40.0k 269 England
5 Aug 2012 11:05PM
I think I prefer this to the other version, Sararose. :_)
6 Aug 2012 12:23AM
Thank you so much everyone! Grin I am tremendously happy with the amount of attention my photos are getting.
paskinmj Plus
7 11 1 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2012 12:48AM
An exquisitely timed and presented image.
Matt
Love! Grin
14 Aug 2012 3:33AM
Thanks, Matt and Silver!
Spectacular.
12 Nov 2012 5:35PM
Thank you, Frost!

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