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cjl47 13 5 3 England
1 Jul 2009 8:13AM
Good capture, well spotted.
chris
shahbaz 17 6 3 Pakistan
1 Jul 2009 10:12AM
Thanks , I need more comments , please give comments on this shot
HuntedDragon 12 118 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2009 11:45AM
sets a little seen of a secter of culture, and something 'different' to what the average 'western civilisation' would ever see.(unless your in the minority secter of real country folk or farmers).
the cow/bull is throwing a strop, could kill you with relative ease, so the severaty of situation look's played down by the guys laughing it lol.(its a bitta fun for them).

happens every day yu see....but to us its an extrematy.. 'wow!!! mad cow! i didnt ever know they could do that!....(they dont do it on telly unless its abroad).

could even be a trained 'trick'..you dont see it at your local pub put it that way... and if it showed up in a town center with mad cow its termed carnage, and people freek out and give some satanic god like fear facter... then go home and put the worlds to rights from the safety of their safely scared arm chairs in a reval of exsightment and euforick panic lol.

nice capture.
James_C 12 38 57 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2009 6:59PM
Cracking shot, good light and action. It might be interesting to try a crop with a squarer frame concentrating on the action (forget about the crowds on the right).
If you ever get another chance for this type of shot it would be worth shooting in shutter priority at as high a speed as you can in order to bring the handler's face into sharp focus so that we can see his expression and that of anyone else close by.

Hope you find this useful.

James
pauldawn 12 1 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2009 1:25AM
fantastic!
shahbaz 17 6 3 Pakistan
2 Jul 2009 4:43AM
Thanks James for such a nice tip and comments, i will upload another pic of this bull but as you said crop more , Nice to receive comments again from you.

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