Monday, 3 May 2010

Autumn in the park

23 comments:

Frau said...

Cool action shot...love the shadow!

Marla said...

I just had to smile when I saw this. Great photo, Julie!

In Real Life said...

Awesome photo!

TheChieftess said...

Too, too, cute!!!

brattcat said...

You've caught this little romper with three out of four feet off the ground. You can almost hear the glee.

Jayne said...

Wish I had that boundless energy lol.
Great photo ;)

Julie said...

funny word ... boundless ... um ... I can see a 'bound' ... *grin* ...

Bruce Caspersonn said...

I would say 1/600s @f8 ISO 200

Julie said...

F5, ESO=100, 1/1250

He was moving and I took quite a few shots over a number of 'runs'. I wanted one where he was running 'into' the scene.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

Excellent, pure dedication!

Tulsa Gentleman said...

Is he a friend of yours? Cute pup.

Ann said...

Came out really well. I thought about trying to get him but couldn't be bothered mucking about with shutter speed or trying to pan. I should do some more practice with action.

Julie said...

Action is an exciting thing to try to capture. I will go up to the park just near here where the dogs are play about 5pm. Might try panning next time. Can 'waste' 50 shots that way!

Marka said...

Playtime!

J Bar said...

Cool capture. Brilliant action shot. A blogger get-together sounds good. At this stage, I'm free on the weekend of 15/16 May. You can send me an email via the 'Contact' link on my blog, if you wish. :)

diane said...

Autumn sun has a warm glow. However it has disappeared today.

Bill said...

Great action shot, perfectly captured.

Joan Elizabeth said...

If my wayfaring shot today was Pierre, this one is Letty.

Julie said...

... *big big grin* ...

Peter said...

another beaut shot - your dedication is reflected in your photo.

Piyush said...

Great energy and lovely action :)

J Bar said...

Julie, Saturday 15th (or Sunday 16th) at midday should be okay. Keep me posted of confirmation or changes.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

There's something just so darn cute about this shot. I've always read that modern dogs are imprinted on humans, thus their devotion to us. But this picture makes me wonder if it isn't also the other way round.