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Water Obstacle at the Libramont Driving Event

By Aquanaught  
This was taken at a Horse Driving event in Libramont Belgium. It was a very wet day but occasionally we got some sunshine. Any comments would be appreciated. I was trying to capture the drama and speed of the event

Tags: Transport Landscape and travel Sports and action

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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2012 5:35PM
Such a powerful equine study, man, horse and carriage versus the elements, simply superb.

Regards Nathan

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luckybry 7 3 Scotland
29 Jul 2012 6:22PM
can see nothing wrong with this image imho it is excellent

bryan
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2012 8:04PM
A really lovely action shot; it certainly shows how difficult it can be.
Ju
Focus_Man 6 481 631 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2012 8:48AM
Welcome to EPZ Ian, a good action shot here. For me I would like to have seen the image very slightly lower in your frame, although I understand your need for grass as a base I do feel it could be less. A slight tweak of levels would bring a little more punch to your image but otherwise it is fine. Very few members add logos as they are so easily cloned out. I personally prefer to view images uninterrupted.

An excellent start to your EPZ portfolio.

Frank
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3561 Canada
30 Jul 2012 5:04PM
Welcome to EPZ Ian


A nice action shot, well timed. Its a pity the weather wasnt more in your favour. The shot can benefit with the horse being exposed a little more, - its a litte dark, and the composition improved if some space is cropped from the bottom, as Frank mentioned, and also with some more space on the left, for the pair to "move into"


Ive uploaded a mod with these changes made to show what I mean,


regards, and enjoy the site




Willie

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