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Thanatos 11 6
17 Jan 2009 5:52PM
Super image very well taken sharp and colourful

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Fantastic shot and you got him to smile.
Ian G W 15 396 3 England
17 Jan 2009 5:54PM
Excellent perspective, well planned and well executed.
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
17 Jan 2009 5:54PM
A fantastic action capture. Carol
shona 12 Scotland
17 Jan 2009 5:55PM
fantastic angle, shona Smile
17 Jan 2009 5:56PM
This is amazing, so so good, deserves alot of votes...
podgod 14 513 3 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:00PM
Great shot, frozen the action while still keeping a dynamic shot.
G73photography 12 417 15 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:02PM
super sharp image capturing the bits that matter , i like the way the dirt flies up from the paws, is the slant on the image intentional? the frame looks a little excessive as it tends to dominate the image instead of the dogs face, but still a great shot,
Borzos 9
17 Jan 2009 6:05PM
Fantastic shot!
rickie 13 98 1 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:06PM
love it
17 Jan 2009 6:07PM
brilliant timing.

John Smile
Paintman Plus
11 1.2k 177 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:14PM
A superbly timed and taken shot.

17 Jan 2009 6:17PM
Brilliant action
superb image , its fantastic great job
Cressy 9 1 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:29PM
Well caught shot. Cressy
17 Jan 2009 6:33PM
Great capture..

ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
17 Jan 2009 6:57PM
Wow this is excellent - stunning timing - I have looked at this for ages and the dog detail is perfect - he stand out from the bg almost exiting the image altogether - the mud flying from his landing point is exquisite.

These guys go into a sort of intense concentration when they do agility (we have a terrier that does this stuff occasionaly and it is scary how 'zoned' she gets) Kye's face conveys this wonderfully.

Somebody suggested the frame may be a little heavy - I would agree - but such things are highly subjective (and anycase easy to change now you have the image).

KathyW 14 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
17 Jan 2009 7:02PM
How could I not love this? Smile Smile
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
17 Jan 2009 7:22PM
great action shot, what an expression of it.lesley
NeilM 11 England
17 Jan 2009 8:59PM
well captured!

17 Jan 2009 9:12PM
To everyone who has voted for this - a huge thank you, my first award on any sort for my photography.
f8 14 9.2k 22 England
17 Jan 2009 9:57PM
Amazing capture.
TyChee 13 275 1 United States
18 Jan 2009 4:34AM
Awesome shot!
imander 11 388 7 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2009 7:20AM
perfectley captured, love the pov and the timing is spot on, i would love to know the shutter speed used to capture thisSmile
18 Jan 2009 9:46AM
In answer to Ians question - it was 1600, 3.2 at ISO 200.
Ian-Munro 10 200 15 Wales
18 Jan 2009 12:06PM

hellsbells8868 9 151 2 Wales
18 Jan 2009 2:21PM
First class, havent seen an action shot shot as good as this for months and months, superb.
Gary_Macleod 13 162 Scotland
19 Jan 2009 3:05PM
brilliantly captured
helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2009 3:38PM
That is an amazing capture!!! I love the determination on his face.
16 Mar 2009 7:16PM
Fantastic shot Great action.

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