Panned Rocky Mountain Bighorn

© Guy C. Crilly

Panned Rocky Mountain Bighorn

Uploaded: June 26, 2006 08:11:24

Description

Taken along the Trans-Canada Highway in British Columbia, Canada, with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 100. Noticeable, in this photo one can perceive how fluid a Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep is while running. This “Motion” Monthly Theme for June 2006 shot is presented full-frame. Entered again in the Monthly Theme category, “Beautiful Blur” for September 2007.

Comments

Kristian L. Stricklin July 25, 2006

Neat capture! Wonderful composition!
Congrats on your finalist!!!!! #491008

Monika Sapek level-classic July 26, 2006

Awesome capture! Congratulations and good luck in the next round, Guy!
Monika
#3085299

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