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BobinAus Plus
6 3 11 Australia
16 Jul 2018 8:39AM
This is a great cycling action shot, Guy.
My attention is first drawn to the the rider with the dark sunglasses and black jersey on right side of the picture. The old rule of thirds works well here. Then I look leftward though the weakening focus to the other riders.
It's a topical picture too, given the Tour de France stage to Roubaix on Sunday.
I trust that on this occasion the bunch didn't say rude things about the photographer?
Cheers,
Bob
16 Jul 2018 9:56AM
a superb action shot and how is your ankle
16 Jul 2018 10:48AM

Quote:This is a great cycling action shot, Guy.
My attention is first drawn to the the rider with the dark sunglasses and black jersey on right side of the picture. The old rule of thirds works well here. Then I look leftward though the weakening focus to the other riders.
It's a topical picture too, given the Tour de France stage to Roubaix on Sunday.
I trust that on this occasion the bunch didn't say rude things about the photographer?
Cheers,
Bob

Hi BoB, no reactions this time, mostly because they all came flying out of a short bend where I was waiting for them Wink
16 Jul 2018 10:59AM

Quote:a superb action shot and how is your ankle
Thank you Leo - The ankle is getting better bit by bit - started working today, commuting by bicycle!!!
saltireblue Plus
11 12.4k 77 Norway
16 Jul 2018 2:31PM
You should have put some small gravel on the bend to get a bit more action, Guy! They were flying all over the place on the gravely bends yesterday in the TdF!

Back on your bike, eh? Stay far away from anything electrified.Wink

Malc
16 Jul 2018 3:47PM
Stunning action capture, Guy.Smile
BobinAus Plus
6 3 11 Australia
17 Jul 2018 10:53AM

Quote:
Quote:This is a great cycling action shot, Guy.
My attention is first drawn to the the rider with the dark sunglasses and black jersey on right side of the picture. The old rule of thirds works well here. Then I look leftward though the weakening focus to the other riders.
It's a topical picture too, given the Tour de France stage to Roubaix on Sunday.
I trust that on this occasion the bunch didn't say rude things about the photographer?
Cheers,
Bob

Hi BoB, no reactions this time, mostly because they all came flying out of a short bend where I was waiting for them Wink



Maybe also this bunch thought that you're a 'pro' photographer, Guy.

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