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    Re: Assignment 23: Balance

    One swallow-tailed gull balancing on top of another, at Darwin Bay on Genovesa Island, Galapagos.

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    It can be anything you choose ... like the Leaning Tower of Pizza
    I was quite tempted by the idea of a leaning tower of pizza, but I assume it was just a typo. This is not my photo, just one from google images for fun...
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    Thunderbirds performance at Great Tennessee Airshow the beginning of May.


    Would have loved a 7D's FPS, but the 40D made me happy....


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    This is cool Andy; I was hoping it was one of yours. Worth1000 is a great site for this kind of thing, I visit it often, and it

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    [View:http://www.flickr.com/photos/rslhc/5...69/:700:0]Just to go along with some Motorsports!


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    1/250 | f/2.8 | ISO 12800 | Handheld | 108mm


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    Son of a ?$@&# (Canon 40D, 300mm f4L IS, @f4, 1/100s
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    The squirrel shot is awesome and to funny! Close up shop, assignment 23 has a winner.

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    It

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    Wow. I guess we
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    Trampoline jumping offers some nice photo opportunities. My kids that usually hide from the camera are a lot less reluctant to being photographed when jumping on a trampoline. When they're jumping it's more like "dad, take a pic of me doing this cool thing" than the usual "hey, put that thing away".


    This photo is from a trampoline series of pictures of my daughter. Actually I initially marked this photo as "trash" due to lack of eye contact (somehow you've got to narrow down the 25 photos from a series to a few), but at a second glance I noticed the kind of fun perspective with the woodshed in the background.


    Trampoline jumping itself requires good balance and body control, and additionally it probably requires quite some balance to be standing tiptoe on top of a roof.


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