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It's soooo hot, that this horse shrank!
It's soooo hot, that this horse shrank!
Morgan


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Temperature (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D1X
Location: Flynn's Cornors, Ontario
Date: Jul 13, 2003
Aperture: f6.7
ISO: 125
Shutter: 1/180th of a second
Galleries: Animals, Rural
Date Uploaded: Jul 13, 2003

A baby minature horse

Statistics
Place: 87 out of 92
Avg (all users): 3.9726
Avg (commenters): 3.7778
Avg (participants): 3.8955
Avg (non-participants): 4.0380
Views since voting: 1079
Votes: 146
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/15/2003 04:29:39 PM
great shot but had to reach to "feel" temperature. The swish of the tail is neat capture though and really do like the photo.

thanks
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07/15/2003 12:32:36 PM
My first thought here would not be of temperature, withouth the title, at least. Seems more like an attempt at using humor to tie a nice photo to a challenge. Anyhow. Very cute foal. Pretty colors, love the swishing tail. Since there's a lot of sun and shade, there's a really good potential for dodging and burning after the challenge to even things out. Especially the foal's head is too dark at the moment.
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07/15/2003 06:07:17 AM
not sure what shrinking has to do with heat to be honest
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07/14/2003 11:30:37 PM
Looks small enough to be a a dog. :)
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07/14/2003 03:29:46 PM
Cute picture, and fairly well done. I am not one of those that penalizes outrageously for stretching the challenge, but this doesn't make me hot or cold. 5
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07/14/2003 11:16:26 AM
The only thing that conveys temperature here is your title. Otherwise the focus is a little soft on the pony and/or it was shot handheld with a slower shutter. Tripod would be beneficial if you want to maintain the motion blur of the pony. Faster shutter could make the subject a little sharper. I like the DOF element but think your background is a little blown out. 5
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07/14/2003 10:42:12 AM
I dont think this fits the topic without the title.
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07/14/2003 09:58:25 AM
sorry, missed the subject for me.. Even with the title!
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07/14/2003 06:27:32 AM
It might be a little horse, but we have no point of reference, so this might as well be a fluffy big horse. Funny title, though.
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07/14/2003 02:27:59 AM
haha, funny :)
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