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User_Removed 6 25 1 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 12:19AM
Fantastic shot, really great .

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stephenscott 6 8 2 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 12:19AM
looks great in mono,nice reflection..

steve..
woodlark 12 538 1 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 12:33AM
You have captured some great shapes there...looks like they are having great fun.

Love it!

Karl
Love it! Very natural.
CSuk 7 7 33 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 1:59AM
Very, very arty capture this. Extremely good photo indeed!
Thankyou 4 sharing Smile
BobFancy 7 11 4 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 6:47AM
This is really appealing with great vibrancy and energy. I can't decide on the horizon...should it be levelled or does the slope add to the composition, I'm unsure. Its a very appealing image.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
22 Jan 2010 7:54AM
wonderful posing!! Smile
Glen-W 6 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 8:21AM
You have really captured the moment well- Looks like you all had a great day on the beach.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 948 1479 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 9:30AM
I like the angle, it adds to the spontaneous, slightly chaotic feel, it's real. But the big delight is the flying water!
This is so happy, gentle and intimate, without in any way being intrusive. Love it.
Moira
22 Jan 2010 4:31PM

Quote:This is really appealing with great vibrancy and energy. I can't decide on the horizon...should it be levelled or does the slope add to the composition, I'm unsure. Its a very appealing image.


- I agree with you Bob, i was also very unsure about it, but it was very complicated to achive a perfect level, those kids were so energetic, so full of life. It took me quite a few shots to get it right, the E-p1 is also quite slow focusing. But i think that in the end it worked out fine. I could do some adjustments in the Corel X2, but i rather keep it like this. Thanks for the comment and visit.
regards
10 Apr 2012 4:40PM
Top notch, Joao!!

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