The Shepherd

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  1. antoniloskot

    antoniloskot TPF Noob!

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    I've decided to show You guys, one more photo, and once again from incredible EF 35f2 lens.
    I've met this man, during Trekking in mountains, it was early in the morining 7.30a.m and I was heading to the summit...While he was going down with his sheeps to the mountain village ...We had few minutes talk about the weather and the purpose of my trip. And in the very end I managed to take his portrait .. so here it is : (forgive me about the hat - but You have face more visible instead )

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    What do You think ?
     
  2. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    I love how his face is framed between the trees and the repeating pattern of the sheep.

    PS. Great avatar/album too.
     
  3. Steel26

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    I love this shot. It tells so much about him. If you had the time it would have been cool to get one more pulled bact with his entire body because i would have liked to see the rest of the pants and the hat(for this pic ill forgive you for it though)
     
  4. Puscas

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    this is a great picture:thumbup::thumbup:






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  5. Angie_H

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    Great capture... :thumbup: It tells such a story. :)
     
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    Yes, the years of hard work are definitley showing on his face. Great photo.
     

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