I knew the shot I was after this evening, and this isn't quite it. The two figures you see depicted here are two from three that comprise this sculpture, and I wanted a shot of all three. But when I tried to photograph them this evening I realised I had a problem in that the structure moves in the wind. These two were only moving a bit, but the third, which is tethered to the ground, was literally jumping around in what felt like a 30mph wind. So these two, shot at a high ISO, will have to do.

Anyway, enough tech' talk ;-)

What I really wanted to say is Merry Christmas, and thank-you for your continuing support of chromasia. I'll still be posting over the holidays, hopefully each day, but if you don't tune in for a while have a great break and a wonderful New Year! :-)

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9.09pm on 24/12/04
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
32mm (51mm equiv.)
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1/8
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+0.0
evaluative
800
no
RAW
C1 Pro
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