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28 Feb 2005 An old woman with two goats

28 Feb 2005 "An old woman with two goats"

Canon EOS 20D ,Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS
1/125s f/8.0 at 41.0mm iso100 full exif

other sizes: small medium large original
rafidi said12-Mar-2005 17:42
Very nice composition! You have captured the moment.
Jude Marion05-Mar-2005 17:32
Fantastic image!
The highlighting is wonderful ...!
Krey'z Images05-Mar-2005 08:36
A timeless aand humorous image , love how the goat is peering out from the shed .
Dominic Kite05-Mar-2005 01:20
My wife now jokes if I get the 20D whether I'll make her pose with two goats, and a few extra wrinkles!
Mika Karhulahti04-Mar-2005 23:31
Great catch! The square crop serves this image well..
Lazy 3L Photography04-Mar-2005 14:24
Having owned, or I should say been owned, by goats, I can certainly identify with this picture....we're a suspicious lot, we goat herders! :-) Wonderful composition and such expressive faces, captured perfectly.
Guest 03-Mar-2005 13:45
What a splendid texture here..
a lot of feel, bravo Antonis
Ray :)02-Mar-2005 20:14
Come on, you know this is a tad OK, don't you? ;-)
Wenche Aune02-Mar-2005 11:55
Dominic Kite02-Mar-2005 08:51
You've been spotted!
Guest 01-Mar-2005 19:37
Superb image, Antonis!
Cliff01-Mar-2005 18:27
Yep - you sure got their attention with your camera and I'm not sure they are entirely happy about it :o) LOL! Lovely light and photo!
whiskey0101-Mar-2005 07:04
Nice image Antonis, there really isnt much that I could suggest or alter to make this a better image, it is quite good!
Mark Rutter01-Mar-2005 05:50
I love that 2nd goat in the doorway. No creeping up on these unawares.
Chris01-Mar-2005 04:18
Excellent BW.
Ann LT01-Mar-2005 00:41
Love the image and your title fits perfectly! Great catch. Love the expressions on the woman and the goats! They are all looking at you Antonis!
Laryl01-Mar-2005 00:37
wonderful image.. I enjoy your candid people photos very much
Guest 28-Feb-2005 23:13
Fabulous image!
Gail Davison28-Feb-2005 23:10
I really like the way the second goat is peeping through the door frame. Wonderful.
Stu28-Feb-2005 22:30
Superb image, Antonis.
Wei -----28-Feb-2005 21:13
Wow, I like this one. You attracted all of them.
spydahman28-Feb-2005 18:55
Inspirational. I think I'm going to try some black/white photos.
Vinh Luu28-Feb-2005 18:36
great shot Antonis! there's a lot to see here! i like how the woman's glasses are hanging off her nose, like she's giving you a look of disapproval. i like how the two goats are even looking at you, and how the second one is peering from behind the doorway. :) lots to see here! and nicely composed too! all of the subjects, coincidentally, happen to line up to the rule of thirds lines: 1st goat (and gate for that matter) to the left third, woman at the intersection of the right and bottom third, and goat behind the doorway in the top third.
Nick Clarke28-Feb-2005 18:08
Rochelle Cardinale28-Feb-2005 18:02
I love that the two goats in this picture are both looking the same direction, almost parallel. And I love this woman's expression. Great photo.
Guest 28-Feb-2005 16:32
It is like a fairy tale. I love how the goat is peeping out the doorway. Another great shot, Antonis.
See Why See28-Feb-2005 16:28
Are those goats or sheep? But it sure is a nice capture especially the one looking out from the hut
Guest 28-Feb-2005 15:25
This is so nice and soooo smooth, with great great lighting.
Yann Pindeler28-Feb-2005 15:03
Very nice image. What did she say ?
northstar3728-Feb-2005 15:03
All the heads looking!
Chris Michel28-Feb-2005 14:28
well done as always, antonis
markvm28-Feb-2005 13:52
Nicely done, Antonis
jude28-Feb-2005 13:34
Excellent b&w image. It has an old-world feel to it.
antje kroeger photograpie28-Feb-2005 13:12
looks like a fairy story.
Guest 28-Feb-2005 12:56
THIS IS AMAZING. Wonderful composition and tone. It almost has a "medium format" feel to it...
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