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  #114 Perspective
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take me to the moon       ©2012 elliott
Olympus E-620       11th place, 65 points
1/80s, f4, ISO 200, ?, Creative, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: rotate, crop, resize       Extra Info: underneath a saturn 5 at kennedy space center. certain contrast between the incredible power of one of these rockets and where the lines and angles draw you to the person below who also has a different kind of incredible power....
 
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Jade O.
Apr 16, 2012
    A note to Michael - ROFLMAO!!!

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ehstebann
Apr 16, 2012
    Another fleeing into background image, good.
Funny because a person in sandals is at a place where I would suspect a sign: "Hard hat required!"
+1 for symmetry (mirror plane)

Mepo
Apr 16, 2012
    What rocket?

broph
Apr 16, 2012
    Enjoyed very much getting this under-view of the Saturn Rocket and your friend with incredible power...........

Ronoz
Apr 16, 2012
    One day I just hope to get to KSC ! That in itself is enough to get you a tt ! An interesting take on the theme, you might possibly have overdone the grovelling a tad, but then happy wife - happy life applies too! Good luck.

mrsawyer
Apr 16, 2012
    To me, this screams "Here I am at NASA!" until I read the Extra Info. Nice idea, but not sure that is the best pose for the shot.

Lo
Apr 15, 2012
    It always amazes me that these rockets actually made it into space. They are so incredibly huge. Love the detail and the nice contrast between the two powers.

forkcandles
Apr 14, 2012
    spot on theme and and idea for another challenge. big boys and girls toys

rafinmelb
Apr 13, 2012
    The tourist shot....here I was. Of course this has a little more thought and therefore works on other levels. I do like the contrast between the huge machine with huge explosive power against the small flesh and blood human with the power to create the item above. I think the next step is to have the subject less passive (ie not just looking back at the camera). Maybe being interested in the subject, or doing something goofy.

Jade O.
Apr 13, 2012
    I find this striking for the contrast between the rocket and figure but (no offense to your subject) find her central placement more a distraction. She does add an effective sense of scale but another frame higher and stitched with her off to the left side perhaps looking up would have been my choice.
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