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Date: Sun December 12, 2010
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Keywords: huskies winter sleighs

Both the speed and effort of the dogs is clearly evident, an excellent capture. Smile
#1 Mon December 13, 2010 2:21am

Excellent action capture. No blur or softness. Captures very well the intense expression in the trio of dogs. Like that lean affect seen in their legs as their bodies seem to remain level; gives a sense of their intensity. Yes, it has been a real great experience here on the Blog viewing all the members' posts this year. As a result I can better discern fine photography. There is a subtle characteristic about this photo that I would have missed earlier in the year. Your excellent light management gives this nearly all white setting depth and detail. Earlier in the year (last winter) I remember a similar scene captured where the background was flat, featureless white. Now i know it was blow-out. No blow out of the white snow here. Because of your capable technique the setting has depth and detail adding a fine element of perspective for the viewer. Well done.
#2 Mon December 13, 2010 4:06am

have to agree with BOB great action shot
#3 Mon December 13, 2010 12:27pm

Thank you both for the kind comments - the photo is a small part of a larger image and consequently it required a degree of "sharpenning" in photoshop - perhaps a little too much?
#4 Mon December 13, 2010 3:31pm

donna apsey
This is a great action shot....they are lovely animals,and they clearly enjoy what they do! Smile
#5 Mon December 13, 2010 4:04pm

Excellent - so sharp
The hidden harmony is better than the obvious.
Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
#6 Mon December 13, 2010 8:29pm

Great capture!
#7 Mon December 13, 2010 9:28pm

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