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Opposite ends
Opposite ends

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Challenge: Opposites (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Minolta DiMAGE 7i
Location: Pasture
Date: May 11, 2004
Aperture: F/6.7
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/180
Galleries: Snapshot, Animals
Date Uploaded: May 11, 2004

I was mad that other cow didn't get out of the way that i wasn't straight on with the photo but i think it was the best i was getting to get, working with those cows.

Place: 138 out of 286
Avg (all users): 4.9456
Avg (commenters): 5.5000
Avg (participants): 4.8000
Avg (non-participants): 5.0533
Views since voting: 759
Votes: 294
Comments: 15
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/17/2004 06:05:05 AM
Good job on opposites.
Midday sun flattens the pic...is my only complaint.
Cute example. Too funny.
05/17/2004 02:00:43 AM
05/16/2004 10:41:08 AM
funny idea ;)
05/16/2004 09:44:21 AM
Funny picture, great idea for the challenge. I wish you could have gotten the picture without the cow on the far right but I guess you can't make them pose all that much huh? Good job...
05/13/2004 12:40:39 PM
rear & front ;-)
05/13/2004 01:54:23 AM
Funny, I would like to see the cows feet though. 5
05/12/2004 11:35:09 PM
nice idea. how long did you have to wait for the cows to assume that position? hehehe :-)
05/12/2004 07:32:52 PM
Very funny. Good focus and detail.
05/12/2004 07:27:47 PM
made me laugh , very good
05/12/2004 04:46:49 PM
This is an amusing photograph and meets the challenge of course. It, perhaps, would have been better if you could have waited until the two were isolated. That 3rd partial animal takes away from the impact of the story.
05/12/2004 02:52:11 PM
A lovely setting and lovely young cattle. I just find the framing and composition unsatisfactory with cropped body parts and extraneous cows. A bit of walking about and waiting would probably have solved both problems.

A 4.
05/12/2004 12:40:27 PM
To make an attractive photograph out of the opposite ends of a cow, you would need to put much more attention into getting strongercow images and a less cluttered background.
05/12/2004 10:04:07 AM
05/12/2004 03:47:39 AM
a little too bright... and the other half a cow in the pic shouldnt be there.
05/12/2004 03:16:07 AM

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