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~ Flamboyant Paces ~

By starstriders
Another from the Hartpury Festival of Dressage. This is competitor, Henrietta Lacey riding her own gelding, Curaco, in the Intermediare I class. She wasn't placed but I believe it was the horse's debut at this level of dressage. I rather liked how much length of leg he gave the trot.

Cropped close to try to cut out as much of the awful background as possible!

Details:
f8
1/800sec
150mm focal length
+1/3 exposure compensation

All comments/criticism/modifications received with interest. Cheers.

Tags: Horses Horse Competition Festival Rider Ride Compete Riding Dressage Hartpury Stallion Pets and captive animals Sports and action

Voters: CaroleA, C_Daniels, whipspeed and 20 more


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Comments


whipspeed Plus
12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2006 5:14PM
Now that is extremely good extension. Nice shot Lauren.

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janecurrie 13 46 Scotland
10 Jul 2006 5:23PM
beautiful horse - lovely capture
10 Jul 2006 5:28PM
Shame about the 4X4 but otherwise a nice shot. cheers Mike.
shortski 10 3 1 England
10 Jul 2006 5:29PM
great conformation,paces, balance, extension, beautiful horse.......great pic too!!........jojo
Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
10 Jul 2006 9:02PM
Caught on the perfect stride - what a mover
haana 13 Estonia
11 Jul 2006 8:25AM
excellent timing, good expression. maybe needs more space around.
haana
11 Jul 2006 9:15AM
Stunning photography
starstriders 12 1.6k United Kingdom
11 Jul 2006 9:17AM
Thanks for all the comments, and for the mod Mike. Cheers.
12 Jul 2006 4:09PM
nice timing..and beautiful,
to me l wouldnt of placed main point of focus on the whiteness of the leg and white blanket. its resulted in the riders face being underexposed and loses life to the composition, and lost of detail..

nice all the same

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