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23 May 2010 3:59PM
Lovely image - great colour !

Chris

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tull 12 181 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 3:59PM
You've just got to love this image!

Mark.
superb image, excellent work,well done!
Paulo
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
23 May 2010 4:22PM
Without elaborating this is just a really fine image.
Joan.
pamelajean Plus
10 951 1808 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 4:41PM
I know very little about Namibia, but this is excellent photojournalism with good composition, colour and detail. I like the road being on the diagonal, the strong shadows and the way the passengers have your attention.
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
23 May 2010 4:57PM
A super capture, David, lovely to see. Carol
davidbailie 12 457 7 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 5:19PM
Thank you all - and pamelajean thanks for your detailed crit & Joan for your precise one Smile

Pamela not many know Namibia - to know it just go there - you shan't ever regret it - with the exception of the cost - Sad

It cost us 7000 for three weeks +/- ... car hire was a substantial portion of that - serious 4 wheel drive --

I don't begrudge a penny !! - I yearn to go back there - a photographers paradise!!

db

ps I don't quite have their attention - my wife being a femail has the edge Smile
shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 5:22PM
Beautiful image you have captured the real Africa makes me yearn to go back
Alexa
davidbailie 12 457 7 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 5:25PM
Thanks Alexa - I suppose if I have any direction in my shooting it is to relfect the environment or the the individual in some sort of honest way

I too am from Africa and always loved empty space - used to leave my friends to continue their way on long walks (Swaziland), which we did every weekend, and just lie down in the grass & absorb the space and solitude.

It's helped a lot, I believe in my shots, also the USA where I've done a fair amount of travel ...

db

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