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© Anne Mcginn
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UploadedNovember 29, 2007
TakenNovember 3, 2007
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D70
Exposure1/50 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length34 mm
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10 responses

  • Chris Wesseling

    Chris Wesseling said (2 Jan 2008):

    This would be a great Rearview or Meta shot.

  • Chris Wesseling

    Chris Wesseling said (4 Jan 2008):

    Or Fanatic.. It's just a great shot with lots of theme possibilities (^^,)

  • tom healy

    tom healy (Deleted) said (20 Jan 2008):

    more than the subject matter, which is provoking, it's the framing that captures this... the barriers and the openness...

  • Anne Mcginn

    Anne Mcginn said (25 Feb 2008):

    Thanks Marie. I love you stuff too.

  • seanie blue

    seanie blue said (13 May 2008):

    I would bet $100 that Anne got the most interesting shot of the morning! Because she's focused on the phenomenon and not on the habit of the Earth's spin. And these people crisply set up definitely constitute a phenomenon.

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (24 Jun 2008):

    an interesting social commentary could be made here...

  • Andrew Lorimer

    Andrew Lorimer (Deleted) gave props (15 Jul 2008):

    Love this capture nicely done !!

  • Matt Granz

    Matt Granz gave props (17 Jul 2008):

    This gets a laugh out of me... I experienced the same thing at Mono Lake just recently. It was hard to get a shot where someone wasn't in the scene at this "wilderness" area. Funny huh?

  • Tricia Bergland

    Tricia Bergland (Deleted) gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    Interesting shot.

  • Abbey Cahill

    Abbey Cahill (Deleted) said (22 Sep 2008):


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