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Hazel taming the Rats Tail, Higgar Tor
© TN, May 2007
Route: Rats Tail (VS 4c)
Camera used: Panasonic TZ1
5*VOTING: number of votes 51
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A bit of an experiment - I don't usually 'do' B&W but I thought this worked better this way.
TN - 27/May/07
I like the B&W, think it might be better in protrait though!
SouthernSteve - 27/May/07
Thanks Steve. I tried portrait first as I thought justthe same, but somehow it kind of looked like she was standing on the floor - no idea why. This orientation made it seem high up and overhanging, somehow - more like it really was. It's funny how we perceive stuff, isn't it?
TN - 27/May/07
great stuff! Love the expression on her face.
CJD - 27/May/07
Love it! Very unusual and liking the expression too!
Sonya Mc - 27/May/07
fantastic! Something a bit different and great capture of her expression.
nikinko - 28/May/07
Blimey, I look terrified! Think it was more just an awkward reach to get that cam where I wanted it ;0)
SecretSquirrel - 28/May/07
Yeah, I know - I know you weren't, but you do look rather apprehensive. I still think it's a really good pic of you! Hope you like it!
TN - 28/May/07
I think its a great picture :0)
SecretSquirrel - 28/May/07
I think the look in the eyes could be mistaken for fear, but probably it's just coz of the looking sideways to see the placement and showing a lot of white.
nikinko - 29/May/07
Ha haa - I notice the 'rubbish voter' has paid a visit!
TN - 30/May/07
One for your wall i think Squirrel!
IanJackson - 30/May/07
Never seen this before it's great. I think a slightly tighter crop and then go portrait would push it up to a 6.
Chris F - 21/Aug/07
Good enough as it is but agree with the comment above. Crop it and try portrait makes it easier on the eye to "read" the facial expression.
Andy Fielding - 18/Sep/09
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