Group Dynamic at Crested Buzzard Rally
Paul Bachorz - F Twins Moderator
RA Rallymeister - Pownal, Vermont
This is a spectacularly ordinary shot. If rider #1 had been leaning just a bit to his left, the result would have been a more dynamic, interesting photo. I like the way the light and colors rendered.
There is a vast soccer complex near my home. I took quite a few pictures to get this one. Shooting action on the fly and being barred from editing softward adds an element of challenge.
Snapped these mud hens (Fulica Americana) out for their morning constitutional at Hart Park.
High octane Oreo
The goal this weekend was to finish all the little things that needed fixing around the house before Sunday afternoon and the approching winter, then go for a ride soaking up the fall color. Just as I was getting the bike ready to go, I noticed some termites at the garage door, yikes! Long story short, by the time I found, purchased and applied the various chemicals to keep the termites away, the day was over. So here's my Sunday evening contribution to Group Dynamics. Cheers!
Nonconformist BMW Style Parking
Last edited by Voni; 10-15-2007 at 12:48 PM.
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That's a cool shot, Voni. I like how you included both angles of the RT.
I know I'm having fun when I look around a see a parking lot like this!
I realize BeerTeam's question is not posed to me. It did pop up while I was cogitating on the very same question, though. . . .
Am I way out, or are both the six-pack and the camera moving? Camera on a tray? Maybe you don't want to tell us. I know, genius is a selfish mistress.
I just wanted to weigh in with a well-deserved, "cool shot."
Last edited by SNC1923; 10-15-2007 at 01:34 AM. Reason: I foolishly mistook "way" for "weigh." I'm not a Philistine, you know.
Really interesting shot, Stealthrider. Interesting composition--answers the theme well. Neat composition, unexpected form.