This little girl was literaly a blurr. She dissopeared as quickly as she appeared yet she lingered motionless for a second as she passed by.
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shanthi_raj (17) 2007-11-11 1:41
The B/W effect really worked for this picture....
The happiness on the her face with ice cream on one had and the wind together presents a soothing view...However the pic lacks a bit of sharones...
avis2avis (4264) 2007-11-11 3:14
That's a really lovey smile you captured there. The blur and the grainy quality are not top quality but work ok for this shot. I immensely liked the sheer joy on the little girl's face. And in comunicating that purely, this shot must be considered a successful one.
sengir (4956) 2007-11-11 5:21
great one! And of course this blur here is a must, it really adds to the mood. If this picture was sharp it would be just another boring cute kid shot.
prezntime (3946) 2007-11-11 20:17
This photo really deserves more credit...I believe it is one of the hardest tasks trying to capture the essence of children, yet here we are. From that one beautiful peeking eye to the cone held so tightly...A photo I'd be proud to take.
Those whispy highlights...angelic.
Love the shot.
patdeph (35748) 2008-04-11 1:01
one more time helle Tamarin
thank you for your kind critiques on my photos!Concerning this one,the blur of the young girl is perfectly in agreement with your note, which is accentuated by the movement of the hair!We have thus the impression that she is passing very quickly and that she is going to disappear soon!Very well done!
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