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Ouch!

By sherlob  
Ok, this is a departure from my usual type of thing. Taken at the opening night of the Chinese State Circus at Knutsford. Posted a forum thread recommending it - so the least I ought to do is upload one of my attempts.

This was taken at iso1600 (no flash permitted - go to the show and you'll understand why these guys don't want the distraction). Hence a little noisy. The lens was wide open, but there is still a little movement as the shutter speed reached a massive 1/100th! Still I was quite pleased I caught the moment of impact! Must put a fastr lens on the wish list...

Rgds,

Adam

Tags: There Think Ouch Headache Be Of An Anyone Making Need Easier Way Some Drugs Pain Must Flash and lighting Got Chinese state circus Shaolin Hammer and head Breaking bricks Tense nervous headache Time for a lie down Humour and fun Paracetamol? Living... Sports and action

Voters: MrsS, adrian2208, User_Removed and 9 more


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MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
12 Apr 2008 8:53PM
OW!!! I like that touch of movement , Adam, makes it real Smile


Fran x

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adrian2208 12 251 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 8:53PM
great shot, well timed.
but i have always thought a tap on the shoulder to be a better way of getting someones attention lol
good work
sherlob 10 2.7k 126 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 8:57PM
Cheers guys.

Adrian - I agree, but this guy was in a world of his own. Must of been when he bent the spears from the sharp end with his neck. Take anyone out of themself for a while just wondering - why?
User_Removed 11 32 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 8:57PM
Well timed shot. Er - is that what you call a hammerhead!!?? lol - Jeff
12 Apr 2008 9:01PM
Nice bit of movement on the brick(?) Adam Smile brilliantly captured mate
Cheers
Mark
sut68 12 2.0k 76 England
12 Apr 2008 9:05PM
What a block-head Wink





... him, not you!!!!
Pegon 10 78 1 England
12 Apr 2008 9:16PM
Well timed.
Pete.
16 Apr 2008 4:59PM
Very atmospheric!

Wendy
norton 12 6 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 9:53AM
1st time I've seen brick layers cut bricks like that....lol.
Great shot,well timed and captured................

Tony.

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