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Bone Shaker       ©2014 babysister
Panasonic DMC-GX7       12th place, 35 points
1/320s, f1.4, ISO 400, 50mm, Shutter Priority, Pattern, flash
 
Post-Processing: Some cloning, cropped.       Extra Info: This articulate(d) gentleman and his bike were suspended from the ceiling at a city museum which was showing "the early days". The pedals were moving so he looked as though he was riding the bike. He must have been doing that for a VERY long time.
 
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Jade O.
May 12, 2014
    Humerus. Talus. Ribbing aside, you guys are killing me!

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mrsawyer
May 12, 2014
    How long was the ride? This one made me laugh. Good choice!

Mepo
May 12, 2014
    So how did you know it was a male? - Oh yes, the chains. You will have to talus more about it - no bones about it ;-) Given the subject I think the chains work well but I'm envious of your find and would love to have it with all the chains and background stripped away. I could have a lot of fun with that :-) Good eye - top marks for bringing us such a unique vehicle. Exposure and focus are spot on.

Lo
May 11, 2014
    No bones about it - it`s a great shot! The crop is a bit tight, but I don`t think the rider will notice. Love the caption.

babysister
May 10, 2014
    Thanks for the comments. I did try it without the chains and decided it looked as thou fi was pretending it was on the ground.
Jade: I was just skulking around and thought this was humerus!

forkcandles
May 10, 2014
    well at least he is wearing modern safety gear. the cropped bottom of the wheel on the front bothers me

Jade O.
May 10, 2014
    You're ribbing me, right?

Edward
May 9, 2014
    Now there's something you don't see very often! Cool capture. For this kind of image, I think it should have been a little more centered in the frame. In my opinion, I think it would also have been more dramatic and interesting if you cloned out the chains suspending the bike. Lots of extra work, I know, but might elevate the image to an even higher level.
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