The Hibbie Jibbies

Uploaded 5 Aug 2008
Spotlight This!
Login Required

To add items to your favorites you must login.

Already have a JPG account?

Login

Need to create a JPG account?

Signup
Cancel
JPG+ Required

Collections are a JPG+ feature. You must be a JPG+ member to create new collections and to add photos to collections.

Sign up for JPG+ to start using collections now!

© Connie Campbell
Views 193
Likes 0
Favorites 0
Comments 0
Would you like to also give a props comment to the photographer?
All dislikes require a comment. Please tell us why you do not like this photo.

More of Connie Campbell’s Photos

  • Nothing Like Country Living
  • The Hibbie Jibbies
  • Huge Load Coming Up
  • Happy In The Middle
Photo Info
UploadedAugust 5, 2008
TakenApril 24, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Exposure1/400 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm
ISO1600
Categories
No categories yet.
Tags
No tags yet.

Q: Choosing a Pentax prime lens

A: Do you know?

The shot I'm posting really gives me the Hibbie Jibbies really bad.As a teen I used to be a regular at a frequent hang out.. The swim hole which was know as High Falls...Yes it was a beautiful place to visit and see the falls a rushing but could be very deadly on the other hand if not aprechated to the fullest extent..Of course teens knowing more than adults we would sneak in the back way with alcohol and proceed to swim, lucky none of our group got drowned at the falls, but plenty others not so lucky...Later as a adult going through Scuba I found out before seeing bodies at a location at that extent, you will feel them first which is just more chilling to the soul...A week before I done this shot a teen was drowned at the falls, not sure at what location but I caught it on the local news one night..I arrived at the beautiful falls to do the shot it was drop dead gorgeous that day...I got in my usually spot which was in the shade totally no sunshine at all...I just stood and gazed ,listening to the rushing water of the falls for a few min. Before shooting...I started to shot about 200 feet down with my micro shot lens on and I happen to see something shinny to my left which was a small shiny bucket with purple flowers in it...Just thought to myself about the teen who had gotten drowned and how they will never get to experience things in life they should...Finish my shot up, get home, unload camera on my computer...This is one capture from the shot...If you look very close it looks as a child laying on the bottom with their arms cross and something white guarding them from a face of a girl....I'm not a scary person but this capture does my nerves a good one every time I look at it...

No responses

To add your comment, Log in or sign up!

Please Login or Sign Up

You must be logged in to enter photos into JPG Shoot Out contests.
Login or Sign Up