Single Image Sunday: Fearless   27 comments

Like many Sundays I am posting an image that dovetails with this past Friday’s topic on negative space.  This is not a particularly great photo but it certainly draws your eye.  It’s also a reminder to myself that I do not include enough negative space in my people pictures.  In this picture the negative space is perfectly placed in the upper left quadrant.

A friend of mine brought his girlfriend along on a hike high up on Mount Hood and she turned out to be a mountain goat, totally fearless.  And it’s not like she’s particularly young (hope she’s not reading this!).  I used to have similar inclinations, but I’ve certainly mellowed.  Here she simply wanted to perch somewhere with a good view of Hood.  She seemed so relaxed up there, which you absolutely need to be in order to do it safely.  It made me very nervous!  I hope your weekend is going well.

On the Knife Edge

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27 responses to “Single Image Sunday: Fearless

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  1. What an amazing shot!..Can only imagine the feeling she must get when reaching that height!

  2. Wow! I would love to be in her place. Though I am not half as fit as her 😦 She’s awesome… and so is this pic.

  3. Stunning shot – perfectly fearless!

  4. I am in awe! 🙂

  5. What a well captured photograph 🙂 I really like it.
    Have a happy week
    Klausbernd

  6. Great shot, MJF!

  7. Amazing – a very well captured photo… 🙂

  8. What an awesome shot!

  9. Wonderful photo, and the girl is very brave!! Am enjoying your articles. So glad we met here. 🙂

    Isabella Rose Photography
  10. I would have been fearful for her as well. I bet she was not graceful getting down. 🙂

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  11. Catching the moment is so often better than trying to make it. That really grabs your attention.

  12. Makes me nervous too! What a great shot though. 🙂

  13. That is a feast for the eyes!

  14. Cool shot. Is that Hood and Adams in the background?

    Ron

  15. Yikes!

  16. totally awesome picture!

  17. Is that a tense muscle in her leg or are her legs muscular? It would have made me nervous to watch her. On the other hand, you realized a moment that surely draws people into the frame.

  18. Delightful post, and photo!

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