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Balance

Discussion in 'Weekly Photo Challenge' started by Glen Barrington, Oct 14, 2016.

  1. Glen Barrington

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    Let's see how you document the concept of "Balance"? YOU get to decide what the term 'balance' means. There are no winners and no losers in this contest. Just show us your best.

    This is my entry:

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    Date: 2016:10:14 18:12:58 - Manufacturer: Panasonic - Model: DMC-GX8 - Focallength: 400 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 7.1 - ISO: 1000 - Exposuretime: 1/1000 sec - Flash: No Flash
     
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    Date: 2016:08:12 11:04:18 - Manufacturer: Panasonic - Model: DMC-GX8 - Focallength: 224 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 7.1 - ISO: 3200 - Exposuretime: 1/1600 sec - Flash: No Flash
     
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  4. Glen Barrington

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    I like this one very much. It gives the viewer a sense of the precariousness of a LOSS of balance!
     
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