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    Mamas Boy

    Shot this today while riding the countryside.
    Mamas Boy

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    Re: Mamas Boy

    Beautiful sweeping image, Jack, and really rich colors. I might suggest bring up the shadows a little (not sure what you use for post-processing), and maybe a little tighter crop, to focus on the subjects a little?

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    Re: Mamas Boy

    The image brought a smile to my heart!

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    Re: Mamas Boy

    Well, you know I like this! Very nice how you caught their legs moving in a synchronized fashion.

    Myra

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    Re: Mamas Boy

    Nice one Jack,

    I did wonder if it was sloping though, but have decided probably not, I think they really are going uphill.

    Well caught,

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    Re: Mamas Boy

    Sloping is an understatement. Here is the view of the countryside.
    Thanks
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    Re: Mamas Boy

    Quote Originally Posted by jacsul View Post
    Sloping is an understatement. Here is the view of the countryside.
    Nice, flat (land) is so boring

    ... although in winter with ice and snow about, it does just fine

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