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Sally Dunn


Free Account, Plymouth, Devon

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  • Glenn Capers 28/05/2012 2:52

    THis shot works big time.. cheers
  • John R Duckett 22/03/2012 13:35

    Nice shot. I like the way the wire frames the trees.
    Regards
    John
  • R Kilduff 09/03/2012 17:21

    CLEAN AND SIMPLE, TELLS A GOOD STORY. IT TAKES A SHARP EYE TO SEE THIS SHOT, WELL DONE.
  • Vera M. Shulga 08/03/2012 20:47

    Original catch! :-)
    Klasse Bildaufbau!(in Germany)
    Hugs, Vera
  • Majid mehraban 08/03/2012 10:23

    I like this contradict. Well done Sally
  • Adele Oliver 07/03/2012 21:32

    This is great with the two opposing diagonals - and so much to see in the background and the lovely blye sky. How interesting this "decorated" wire ... looks like a herd of sheep tried to escape underneath the barbed fence - ouch !!! Well spotted, Sally - great perspective.
    big hugs and thank you so, so much for all your generous comments !!!
    Adele
  • BRYAN CRUTE 07/03/2012 19:25

    Seems the top wire is not needed :-)) Well spotted photographic opportunity

    Regards
    Bryan
  • s. sabine krause 07/03/2012 15:55

    what an original motif, sally! i've seen "wooly wires" (love the alliteration!) before but never thought of taking a picture of them – it's a fantastic shot!! the many tiny beards ; )) make the notorious barbed wire look amicable and gentle, and the composition showing both the "wooly wire" and its naked neighbor running parallel to each other through the shot adds a great three-dimensional effect to the picture! plus, i like the baby-blue sky for a backdrop – it makes me think of innocent easter lambs (baah, baaah!) that will soon be running around on the spring meadow! hugs, sabine. p.s.: i like how the wool fluffs are corresponding with the clouds, which in german we'd call "little-sheep clouds" (schaefchenwolken)!

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Camera COOLPIX S8200
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Aperture 3.5
Exposure time 1/1000
Focus length 5.0 mm
ISO 100