I wasn't sure about puttting this one up, because I'm not sure what it adds to the shot I put up yesterday, or the ones that John has put up recently, but then I realised that if I didn't post I probably wouldn't ever look at it again. So here it is. This one, to my mind at least, sits somewhere between the 'hardness' of John's shots and the almost introspective look to the one I posted yesterday. As always, let me know what you think.

Oh, and I've put an additional shot up here:

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Oddly, of the five shots that John and I have put up I find this additional shot the most disturbing, mostly because I think it reduces this guy to 'spectacle' rather than treating/representing him as a subject. I don't think he minded, in fact I'm sure he didn't, but it does seem to me to be a rather odd shot.

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4.24pm on 23/7/05
Canon 20D
EF 70-200 f/4L USM
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