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The Line

Posted on Thu 6th Dec, 2007, 9:30pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/80, Aperture: f/2.8,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: 16:9,
Lens: Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L, Focal length: 35mm,
Captured: 25th November 2007, 4:31pm,

1. This is pretty grim, I know that.

2. I was going to wait until next week to post it but John Washington put up his bird photo (don't click if my photo offended you) so I figured I'd go ahead and post it.

3. I have a problem with this image but it's not that I find it shocking, it's that it's not shocking enough. I think I should have got closer to the head and made the features bigger. I think this has very little impact considering the subject matter and I don't like that.

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Jon, Fri 7th Dec, 2007, 11:58am
I know what you're saying. It should be a serious shocker but it just makes me feel sorry for it.

Jonathan, Fri 7th Dec, 2007, 12:18pm
It made me laugh, only because I took a similar shot but mines a large rat! :)

ROB, Sat 8th Dec, 2007, 10:58pm
He is just sleeping...thats what I am telling myself anyway.

milou, Tue 11th Dec, 2007, 8:54am
It's a very emotive subject which you've handled well. And I like ROB's comment.

Deceptive, Wed 26th Dec, 2007, 7:55pm
Strong image, I think you've framed this well.

thomas mueller, Tue 19th Feb, 2008, 9:44am
wow. really brilliant shot!

Maulin, Thu 19th Jun, 2008, 8:36pm
Honestly, this picture conveys how easily we discard living creatures we kill on our highway pursuits. While I understand your desire to shock, the fact is, people see this everyday and most just don't care. Can't let an animal get in the way of shopping. I like the reality it depicts as sad as that reality is.

psp, Mon 1st Mar, 2010, 1:16pm
i like the emotion of this shot, it leaves the viewer a time to think if what really happened.

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