Published: Monday 10th of October 2005 12:42:41 AM
Wilson, fantastic visul angle, perfect captured!!! Best regards.
Wilson, you can't seem to do anything wrong. How about posting a subpar image just to show you're human?
Hi Wilson! Like this the best...great tight crop, bringing the eye to the ball.
Wilson, I agree with Pnina, great catch. Cheers, Sondra
Nicely done and I agree with Pnina. Also, the number 20 is just in the right place.
Sports Wilson, I am not ignoring you. I am just not enthusiastic about sports photos. Having said all that, your photos are all up to the T/T standard that I would expect. I really hope you post more non sports photos soon.
masteful series, wilson. your colors, choice of dof, compositions are stellar. and i don't even like football! the capture of the 20 here, what a great detail . . .
Wilson, I think it is one of the best in the series, with the two bending figures " framing" the group. what a timing! Pnina
This is a wonderful individuell visibility,shows a unity.
Lou Ann, Glad you find it favorable. ^_^
Thanks for your feedback, KEN: Thanks, Doc. I'm as humanly as I can be since my sport pix are not as well received on PN as my non-sport pix. ^_^ PAULA: Very happy you like it! PNINA: Thank you much for your input. HOWARD: I personally set that "20" just for you, not. ^_^ RICHARD: Thanks for your compliments. LINDA: Thanks, very glad you do. ALEXANDRA: Very well put! SONDRA: Thank you for your feedback as well. BEN: Gee, thanks! Certainly very meaningful for someone not a big football fan. ^_^ McCRACKY: Thanks for sounding off and I understand exactly what you mean, believe me! However, I'm personally enjoying sports quite a bit at the moment, but will for sure shift gear sooner or later! Wilson ^_^
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
The heads, shoulders, arms, legs, etc. ... all form great lines drawing the eye into the image!
"Hut 1, Hut 2," or for those not familiar with the sport, "Chess 101." Edmonds-Woodway quarterback Randy Anderson calling signal at line of scrimmage while Warriors offensive line is set to protect him from anticipating Timberwolves defense. Warriors out-duel Timberwolves 33- 27 and remain unbeaten.