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turkana women washing baby
Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX
1/125s f/13.0 at 17.0mm iso100
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incredible photography .
Beautiful perspective and human element. Agree with Lawrence that the distance didn't make any detail or intimacy lost. I still feel their bond and love under the big sky, land and sea. Voted.
Anothe master piece in this gallery.
Once again, I find myself clicking with Ana. A very good use of the rule of thirds with the bright orange costumes leading you in. The fishing boats add context.
One of your very best of this adventure. ~V~
One of the finest stories told from the furthest distance... yet none of the intimacy is lost. I think i've said that before about your pictures...
Ana Carloto O'Shea
I think this one is really great.
It seems like there's no one else in the world, just those two women washing the baby...
The vasteness of the horizon is emblematic of Africa I think. I can't explain it well, it's just one of those images that really "click" inside of me.