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A Fine Balance

Posted by
grouser (Ludlow, United Kingdom) on 11 August 2008 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

and now for something completely different....

Cia from Kvänum, Sweden

Great image! Lovely sky

11 Aug 2008 10:52am

Namaki from Bordeaux, France

is it a real image ? I love the colours !

11 Aug 2008 12:10pm

Anthony from Germany

It`s !!!!!

11 Aug 2008 1:01pm

Lorena from Fort Myers, United States

Very nice! I like that image!

11 Aug 2008 1:05pm

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

It looks a fair match, a very good find. Some hdr treatment on this one....?

11 Aug 2008 3:01pm

dj.tigersprout from San Bruno, CA, United States

oh wow! what fun! this is completely different! so colorful are those outfits... and with that dynamic sky as a backdrop -- i would lose my focus completely! marvelous!

11 Aug 2008 6:55pm

Alun Lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

That,s great, very Monty python, well done

11 Aug 2008 8:01pm

Ariel from Stuttgart, Germany

That's absolutely hilarious. Congratulations! Great image...

11 Aug 2008 9:55pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Cool perspective! almost makes you dizzy.

11 Aug 2008 10:43pm

Terre Mavix Chartrand from Kitchener, Canada

Two things:

About your shot - this is delightful. The colour, the suspension in space, the anticipation and the peculiarity of seeing some chap with what appears to be a bucket on his head!!!!!

Second - When I was a child, I was absolutely terrified of the "It's" man. Really very terrified. In fact, to this day, if someone says "And now for something completely different..." in just the right way, I get a bit nervous. Hah!!!! It's different reading it though. I can do that without any apprehension... yeah. ;)

12 Aug 2008 1:58am

k@ from Paris, France

Browsing back at your place I stop here cause this is TOO much fun !
Love it =))

28 Oct 2009 7:05pm

@k@: Thanks for looking. I have to confess it's a montage

k@ from Paris, France

True ? very well done !

28 Oct 2009 8:31pm