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Thunderbird

Thunderbird
Copyright ©2008, Joe Sneed HoF ¤

Near La Cieneguilla, Santa Fe County NM, USA. The Sangre de Christo Mountains appear in the background.

Photographer: Joe Sneed HoF ¤
Folder: Joe
Uploaded: 2008-Mar-31 20:57 EDT
Current Rating: 0.00/0 (Weighted rating: 8.00)
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Camera: Olympus E-1
Lens: Olympus 14-54mm f2.8/3.5
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 100
Aperture: f/14
Shutter Speed: 1/80
Focal Length: 28 mm
Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
Critique Level: Dead Honest Critique

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nicely composed joe. the shadow almost looks like an animal of sorts that is protecting the thunderbird. to bad the shadow didn't completely cover the petrogllyph. have a good day. george

george shaw ¤1 at 23:43 EDT on 2008-Mar-31 [Reply]

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i see the threat coming from the shadow of a T-rex towards the bird...an appropriate play in this part of the somewhat prehistoric world ...well done!

dee vee HoF Win ¤ $1 at 01:29 EDT on 2008-Apr-01 [Reply]

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I like the composition with the landscape showing to the right. The Thunderbird and shadow spark the imagination.

Frank Brault ¤1 $ at 11:50 EDT on 2008-Apr-01 [Reply]

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One beautiful day a photographer had ventured into the mountains and vanished. A few days later the search party found his smashed camera, it looket like it had been crushed under a large weight. Fortunately the memory card was intact and there was a few pictures, this one was the last. The investigators believed the photographer was eaten by some weird, big and unknown creature but one may never know... Great story told in just one shot...

Daniel Källmalm ¤1 at 18:20 EDT on 2008-Apr-01 [Reply]

Thanks...

to all for the kind attention.

Clearly, this image leads people's thoughts in a direction unanticipated by me.

Especiallly, Daniel who elaborates a theme worthy of a Tony Hillerman novel.

Best wishes...

joe

Joe Sneed HoF ¤1 at 16:46 EDT on 2008-Apr-02 [Reply]