Sleepy Afternoon

© Steve M. Harrington

Sleepy Afternoon

Uploaded: May 04, 2010 12:45:25

Description

This pony and I had a quiet chat about the meaning of life yesterday afternoon. :)
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Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: -0.67, ExposureTime: 1/800 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 200.00 mm, Model: NIKON D40

Comments

Leslie McLain level-deluxe May 04, 2010

Wonderful capture and details, Steve. #1265465

Tammy Espino May 04, 2010

And what did you learn? I am still trying to figure it out :) A wonderful capture of this beautiful pony~ #8589184

Sam Britt May 04, 2010

Beautiful little pony, gret detail & color, Steve. #8589562

Joanna Madloch May 05, 2010

Beautiful animal and a great picture, Steve. Really we can learn a lot from animals about the meaning of life. #8590270

Steve M. Harrington May 05, 2010

Thank you Leslie, Tammy, Sam and Joanna. I agree that we have much to learn from animals about all aspects of life.
In this case we agreed we were both saddled with problems and that a good nap would get rid of a number of them. :)
Steve #8590868

Patti Coblentz May 05, 2010

LOL...naps work wonders...I can attest to that!
This is a great image, Steve...such clear, crisp details with a great close-up perspective. Very beautiful animal, and image! Think it is a new favorite :)

Patti #8591902

Steve M. Harrington May 05, 2010

Thank you very much, Patti. I told him about Sassy and that woke him up for a time. :)
Steve #8591908

Mitch Spence level-classic May 06, 2010

That's great, using the fence as an important element of this shot, Steve. And did you learn great truths, grasshopper? And . . . I don't think I know who Sassy is. Did you by chance get a new doggie? #8593227

Steve M. Harrington May 06, 2010

I learned that there are no absolute truths...except that there are none, which is one, which means the first statement must be false, which makes it true, which... :)
Sassy is a white horse in Patti's gallery. I figured they would enjoy each other's company.
Thank you, Mitch.
Steve #8593240

Nichon L. Thorstrom Smith May 06, 2010

Steve this is charming! I hope you took a lot of pictures of this friend. Were you using Nik here? I love this!! :o) #8593248

Steve M. Harrington May 06, 2010

I'm so pleased you like this, Nishon. Thank you.
I use Nik on every image. Tonal Contrast was really helpful on this image. You would not believe what I started with. :)
Steve #8593253

Tammy Espino June 07, 2010

Congrats on another wonderful finalist!! :)Your on a roll! #8671770

Patti Coblentz June 07, 2010

Congratulations!

Patti #8671847

Nancyj E. Hovey level-classic June 07, 2010

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S
on your very deserving FINALIST! 8o) #8672025

Joanna Madloch June 07, 2010

Wow, Steve! I just found another one! Big congrats on all your finalists!!! #8672323

Nichon L. Thorstrom Smith June 07, 2010

Yeah! I had a feeling I we would see this again. One of my favorites! Congrats!! :o) #8674387

Danny B. Head level-deluxe June 08, 2010

I knew we would see this again. Congrats! #8677772

Carol Flisak level-addict June 08, 2010

Great image here, Steve... we have so much to learn from the other critters! Congrats on finalist #3! #8679234

Sam Britt June 08, 2010

Big Congrats, Steve!! #8680941

Steve M. Harrington June 09, 2010

Thanks very much for your nice comments!
Steve #8682335

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