cowboy x 2

Posted by
DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 26 May 2010 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Briones, CA ~ The Thomas Ranch

We enjoyed a picnic on a ranch last Sunday, and I shot a lot of photos even though the sun was high. This fellow was so photogenic I couldn't choose between shots ..... ;-)

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kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

really cool ! good job!!:)

26 May 2010 5:04am

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Ha! I love your explanation of not being able to chose. Why not keep it all? It makes for a great effect.

26 May 2010 5:39am

Yvon from Orleans, France

superbe composition

26 May 2010 5:40am

M@ndy from London, United Kingdom

he looks a character, having a picnic on a ranch evokes lots of images in my mind

26 May 2010 6:30am

Phil from Sausset les Pins, France

Good face ! And lovely processing , Phil.

26 May 2010 6:40am

Mhelene from Paris, France

A great presentation and a beautiful sun light !

26 May 2010 8:15am

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld, Germany

so we got all of them,nice one :-)

26 May 2010 8:35am

Sarah from Suisse, Switzerland

Brilliant decision without having to make a choice - really well done Dulcie! I'm sure he'd love this photo - these are great candid shots. I see we were both busy on Sunday - you on a cowboy ranch and me on a farm in the mountains! :-)

26 May 2010 10:28am

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Awesome work!! This turned out great. Love it! : )

26 May 2010 11:20am

larans from Lund, Sweden

Cool shot and processing. Very great and different!

26 May 2010 11:27am

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Stunning result- I like it!

26 May 2010 12:16pm

k@ from Paris, France

Hey that's over creative and reminds me the scientific pix studying movements - superb, he moves under our eyes, superb smile in "action" ! ;)

26 May 2010 12:31pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Hey, this is super :)) I thought at first I opened Danny's page :)) Kind of strange to see such a closeup / portrait at your page . YEs, just do it more often :) Love portraits and this creativity is super . Great idea for me :))

26 May 2010 1:17pm

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Beautiful setting with three different looks, bravo! Good day.

26 May 2010 1:41pm

jim from sebastopol, United States

this is really well done, Dulcie!! it almost looks like a timeline from left to right... morning, late morning and afternoon.

26 May 2010 4:18pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

That is very well done. It is like a little movie.

26 May 2010 4:32pm

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

An excellent composition. I like the effect of transparency. A very creative work Dulcie!

26 May 2010 5:58pm

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Nice - unusual portrait!

26 May 2010 6:42pm

Ansie from South Africa

I am glad you could not choose, now we see them all - great and unusual!

26 May 2010 7:27pm

Merilee from Tn, United States

interesting! nice one.

27 May 2010 2:00am

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Incredible - good work.

27 May 2010 3:12am

Annie Viguié from Bordeaux, France

A very good idea...i like very much !

27 May 2010 5:15am

dan from Paris, France

The superimposing of images is always original and creative. Good effect on a big smile.

27 May 2010 7:19am

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

creative work ! I love the character !

27 May 2010 7:58am

flyingwind风飞扬 from Bridgetown, Barbados

One, two, three! Multi-exposure?! Very cool!!!

27 May 2010 11:06pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Nice job. I enjoy your creativity. I like this!

28 May 2010 9:48am

Jane Forrest from Walnut Creek, United States

I'll bet this was a kick for him. Must be challenging to set it up like this.

29 May 2010 4:42pm


Creative...................Like it.....

10 Jun 2010 7:02am

1/500 second
ISO 250
450 mm (35mm equiv.)