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Favourite Photo Friday – Inuit Acrobatics, Naked Cliff Jumping, and London Weddings

According to Flickr, these are ten of my Top 100 most interesting photos. What do you think – don’t give up my day job, or do you like a couple of them?

Arctic acrobat. Backflip, midnight sun, up near the magnetic North Pole

naked cliff jumping

A starry night's camp on Snowdon

Harbour jumping

At the Do Lectures

Summer Wedding 270609 Looming storm clouds and crazy light

London Wedding

Resolution

Bicycle Belles

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  1. No one’s commented yet… so I thought I would 🙂

    – Favorite: The London Wedding… it’s crisp, the lighting’s good, it’s quirky and unusual

    – Like also: The snow handstand… I think it would have looked awesome if the sun was directly behind the head. It sometimes gives a crazy halo effect!

    – Not so keen on: The party-goers…. what’s the chair leg doing in the left of the photo? 🙂

    – The Diver: My two-cents… if you could have panned him diving, and we could have seen his face after he arced, that would have looked rad!

    You’re the pro… who am I to comment? (hope you don’t mind my thoughts!)

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  2. Thanks Jim – much appreciated.
    Al

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