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Contest Number: 124 Contest Theme: Portrait of a Stranger Lens: Sigma 18-35 Art Camera: K-3 Shutter Speed: 1/8000s Aperture: F2 
Posted By: travelour, 12-12-2016, 04:39 AM

Cowboy custom fitting hot shoes to a horse.

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01-03-2017, 12:08 PM   #2
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Great portrait of a working man.
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This image jumped off the page and grabbed my attention immediately! Nicely Done!!!
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Me the same. Second one weas the woman mourning on a chair.

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This image jumped off the page and grabbed my attention immediately! Nicely Done!!!
Thanks. Does fastback67 refer to a mustang? If so, that was one of my favorites. :-)
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Nice animation/action portrait
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Great stranger shot. Definitely does not look like a posed photo.

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Great stranger shot. Definitely does not look like a posed photo.
Thanks David. He was a stranger. Never met him. And he was definitely working. He had just taken the horse shoe out of the fire. Between handling the glowing hot iron and standing behind a horse that could knock his block off with a back kick, I don't think he was in a position to pay attention to me (let alone pose).
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A great one! I love the colors in your shot and the fact that it is so vivid with action. A great catch!
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