Not for Those with Faint Stomachs...

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Not for Those with Faint Stomachs...

Robert Pranagal 5/18/2002 5:41:18 PM

By the way, it is not a screenshot from the "Attack of the clones"...
;-)
cheers, #5608

Dolores Neilson 6/11/2002 6:24:34 AM

Congratulations Robert!!!! You made 2nd prize....Isn't that quite an honor??

BTW...I hadn't seen this one until now! Robert!! I'm so envious...I wish I would have thought of it!! it's brilliant! CONGRATULATIONS! #8579

Robert Pranagal 6/11/2002 6:50:56 AM

Thank you so much, Dolores.

It may be somewhat unwise to selfcriticize the winning shot, but I intended to shoot it a little earlier, with some more colour in the sky. Unfortunately, when I arrived on location, the power went down!!! and did not come back until it was almost completely dark.
In my opinion, slightly brighter sky would make the shot better. What do you think?

Thanks again!


#8583

Dolores Neilson 6/11/2002 7:33:16 AM

Well Robert...there is no harm in reshooting just for comparison's sake but IMO, darker backgrounds accent vivid colors like this beautifully! I always choose dark backgrounds when I want to emphasize color. You're being hard on yourself, I think. I think it's perfect as is! #8589

Robert Pranagal 6/11/2002 7:44:17 AM

Thank you.

#8592

Jim D. Keever 12/29/2005 2:52:50 PM

Robert,
I used to run one of these rides in Denver, in 1962. It was quite a ride!!
You have done an excellent job of capturing this spectacle.
Jim #2233246

Caitlin J. Zellner 2/23/2008 11:48:50 AM

WOW, I really like this photo. Awesome job. I added it to one of my favorites!

- Caitlin :) #5540191


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Description

20 sec. exposure of a ride at an amusement park. The ride was called OCTOPUS, and consisted of curved arms with four carts at the end of each arm. Everytning swirling and going up and down at the same time - Just as you can see.

Uploaded on 5/18/2002 5:34:25 PM

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