Ok, one last christmas shot. I think. At least for now. (Who knows what the camera might find over the next few days...)
Evidence of what can happen if you try to walk dogs and take photographs at the same time ~ especially when one of the dogs is a happy 85 lb Golden Doodle given to spontaneous detours from our anticipated path ;)
[co-photo credit: klejne the golden doodle, photo of her in w/s]
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holmertz (51236) 2013-12-27 10:43
Maybe you should register that Golden Doodle as an assistant photographer. She/He seems to be a very creative artist. I have no idea what this is, but who cares? It looks good. And the exposure seems fine.
All the best,
williewhistler (16394) 2013-12-27 12:14
the one second exposure combined with movement has produced a bright,cheerful and unique photograph,three cheers for the dog!
Seasons greetings Les.
adidas5nb (5743) 2013-12-27 18:06
very creative,very festive and very well done.love the thought and the idea.
abmdsudi (53079) 2013-12-28 7:20
Fabulous, it flew out at me from the thumbnails. This was the result of walk & shoot simultaneously with a 1s exposure aided by the big doodle! That's an incredible artistry! - painting with light catching the moments we can't see in real life, good mistake so to speak. Indeed a creative work and the join-effort :))
clic (16885) 2013-12-29 6:20
Those artistic colourful streaks remind me of the good old time of the silver foil 'angel hairs' decorations dangling on Christmas trees.
You dared post an accidental shot and it's fabulous and unusual.
Many compliments to you and....to your dog at the other end of leash!!
Happy new year!
vladic (4561) 2014-01-01 10:26
Une belle réalisation des traînées de lumières dans le ciel nocturne. Un spectacle unique, le moment, simplement l'éphémère. La beauté de l’ensemble est magnifiquement présentée.
Merci pour les bons voeux. À mon tour je tes souhaite une bonne et merveilleuse année 2014
Avec mes amitiés,
Kielia (24077) 2014-01-03 7:34
this is a stunning image. I love the cheery colors that make even the saddest persons to smile again. My compliments to Klejne’s excellent use of perspective to lead the eye through the image. I wish you a creative and happy New Year!