Kentucky

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  1. photogoddess

    photogoddess TPF Noob!

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    Really, really like that second one.
     
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    ooo, makes me want to be there!! :D

    You said Kentucky, but that horse brings to mind a Tennessee Walker, showing off the perfect gait. :love:
     
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    awww i was hoping this would be about fried chicken... :lol:
     
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    Very nice :)

    The first one is nice but the rider being cut off kind of bothers me, it seems I keep looking up to see the rider's head and bam! it's not there.

    I love the second one. Great close-up and close-up of wildlife is always nice I feel :)

    And I love the composition of the last one, great! Makes me wish I could walk along that sidewalk.

    Great work :)
     
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    The first one feels off-balance to me. I think the cropped feet bother me more than the cropped rider.

    Man, that bird needs to get a better toupee. He's not fooling anyone.

    Great use of the tree and limb for framing on the last one. Some nice dynamics going on there with the path and fence angled off into the distance.
     
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    #1 - Not sure what you wanted.

    #2 - is it some kind of a falcon? It sure looks Russian to me:)

    #3 - Where is that beautiful place?
     
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    With the horse, I wanted to exclude the rider. It was taken while the horse was being warmed up before a dressage show at the Kentucky horse park. Dressage horses sometimes look like they are dancing or floating. That was the look that I was looking for. Cutting off the hooves was unintentional. :oops:

    The bird shot was taken at the Raven Run Nature Sanctuary. I didn't get the name of the bird. Just too much going on. They also had an owl and a bald eagle that had been shot (by a gun) for us to photograph. I got some lovely images of the eagle even though it was completely missing a wing. It's hard to imagine what kind of person shot such a majestic creature. :(

    The final shot was taken at Shaker Village. I went before the weekend rush. It was very beautiful and peaceful.
     

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