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The Lion by berndt2
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I think what I like about this shot is that the out-of-focus background is more important and emphasised by the foreground detail. (I’d like to say it was deliberate….!)

.. and taken on film!

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statue, venice, sculpture, st, lion, plaza, marks, berndt2, talasch, bernd

Bernd Talasch doesn’t remember being hatched in a research laboratory in Omaha in the late 1950s so maybe that never happened. (Placeholder bio – remember to replace).

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  • scottimages
    scottimagesalmost 6 years ago

    Fantastic shot!
    That looks like a pretty special looking painting back there…
    Love the Lion standing watch…
    Venice Huh! Is there anything ugly in Venice? Doesn’t seem to be.
    This one’s a favourite!

  • Jacqueline Baker
    Jacqueline Bakeralmost 6 years ago

    I see what you mean, i think it really works well with the background out of focus, the elements compliment one another rather than fighting each other……i like it!!

  • Catherine Davis
    Catherine Davisalmost 6 years ago

    Awesome photo for all the above reasons! I think you are spot on, looks great!!!

  • newbeltane
    newbeltanealmost 6 years ago

    Impressive… and not just the lion!

    Steve ;-)

  • JimFilmer
    JimFilmeralmost 6 years ago

    wonderful compositon

  • Rita  H. Ireland
    Rita H. Irelandalmost 6 years ago

    Congratulations on such a fine image!

  • TerraChild
    TerraChildalmost 6 years ago

    great shot

  • Jamie Lee
    Jamie Leealmost 6 years ago

    Fantabulous!!!! excellent comp and dof… to my favs

  • SueAnne
    SueAnnealmost 6 years ago

    Oh very beautiful, love the lighting and just enough focus to see the mural in the bg

  • Arlene Zapata
    Arlene Zapataalmost 6 years ago

    I collect winged Lions, into the faves it goes! Nice green monotone vs. full color too!

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