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Comments by drector (12)


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Saw someone in Cirque Du Soleil do slacklining trick about 15 years ago in Santa Monica when they were still a traveling circus. They used a much slacker line. This is still one heck of an impressive move! Definetly up there with the pros. - drector

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2 out of 5 stars The climber is in an ungraceful looking position but the idea is teriffic.

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5 out of 5 stars The spirit of adventure in one great picture.

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4 out of 5 stars Lots of shapes and colors are a bit confusing at first but the content of the photo, with the people just hanging out below, is cool. Flipping it over to put the climber on the bottom might be interesting too. Also consider cropping off some of the left side to get more emphasis on the group below? Very cool.

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I kinda wish that this had not shown up on the front page. Ick. I really didn't need to see it. You look fairly calm in the picture. Any screaming? -- Dave

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3 out of 5 stars There might be a Via Ferrata in there that we can't see? Just joking but on a serious side, not seeing what he's climbing on takes away from the picture a bit. The textures in B&W look cool and you hardly see tha the's a hunch-back.

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4 out of 5 stars The pads seem to detract from the picture and look like trash but I like the framing and the B&W. Very interesting textures.

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At first glance, it looked like a bunch of guys just threw him onto the rock and he stuck. I like the color and focus of this shot.

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The smooth skin and textured rock are a great contrast. The more even color throughout gives a nice artistic touch.

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5 out of 5 stars The REFLECTIONS of the trees are not the shadows of the trees. Look closer before accusing someone of manipulating a photo.

Really nice photo with spectacular composition.

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4 out of 5 stars Why not store a bigger version on your own site and provide a link? I'd like to see it. Awesome picture. The dog looks cool and all ready to go.

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I always have problems with the shadows going in different directions on my PS work. This looks good and the compositin is cool.