Ar those crackles (sp?) We have tons of those that live in the Wildlife Preserve behind my house. Every evening they flock in the trees right at the edge of the development and raise a real ruckus for about 10-15 minutes then almost on que they all go racing off home to the Preserve then every morning repeat before flying off in all directions for the day, only to return at sunset and do it all over again. The sky is literally black with birds and the noise is increasable and its always right at the same time every day, I set my clocks by their flocking! (Ok, so maybe not THAT precise, by still...) Ha Ha!
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"HeY Waiter, someone just barfed on my PLATE!!!"
but actually it was much better "in person" and was some of the best beef I've ever had, and I've had some damn fine beef in my 57 years. It was cooked flambe' at our table at our last meal in Cabo last fall, the breakfast we had at the same place that morning was equally delish......them Mexicans grow some grass feed beef like you would not believe, just show it the knife and it cuts itself....
It's a common picture--everyone's got one. But this rendering, the composition, the unusual subject/shadow, the intensity of the apparent speed rendered in the blurring yellow line, how it bisects the picture diagonally. . . .
This is SUCH a great shot.
Did you see what Beemerchefs dog's urine did to that tree? #728
I heard pit bulls were tough, but that's through & through... Jeeze...
My name is Tom "Danger" Moran. There are no lengths I won't go to in order to get "the shot." In this particular instance, I had to navigate through an entire Cabella's store, past the discount bin, and around a sale on fishing lures. I almost didn't make it back. Thanks for appreciating what goes into the making of a great photo.
No matter how many fingers, great shot!