WHO HAS THE HOTDOGS?

© Emmett S. Speelman

WHO HAS THE HOTDOGS?

Uploaded: January 29, 2007

Description

Frozen lake, thought the Tables in the forground added a contrast of summer and winter. 75mm,.8sec,at f20.0, iso 100 sepia tone add

Exif: FNumber: 20, ExposureBiasValue: 0/10, ExposureTime: 0.8, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: 100, WhiteBalance: auto white balance

Comments

Bill Wyatt January 31, 2007

Terrific shot love the tables what would be cool is to have some friends eating a bucket of KFC chicken with a beach ball sitting next to them.
Great job! #597479

Julia Hiebaum January 31, 2007

Great mood! The simplicity of your picture is very powerful.
Julia #3896307

February 02, 2007

Very nice composition. And the title is perfect! #3904204

Remi Trepanier February 04, 2007

Awesome shot Emmett! #3911196

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