This is hard physical work.... but he look fit enough for the job :)!
Nice capture, like the bit of hammer movement
6 Jan 2008 7:50am
@Ina: I appreciate your comment. Yes, he was fit enough for the job.
very powerful image - great catch
6 Jan 2008 8:47am
@yiannis krikis: I always appreciate your opinion, Yiannis. Many thanks.
I think the frame is too close
6 Jan 2008 9:19am
@eddy: Thanks for your opinion, Eddy. I brought the framing in close because I believed it added to the power of the shot.
merci de votre passage sur mon blog,votre photo de cet homme en plein travail est interressante bravo continué
6 Jan 2008 10:12am
@PANAMEPHOTOS: Merci pour la remarque.
u caught the action! nice motion blur...
6 Jan 2008 10:24am
@Hinah: I appreciate the remark, Hinah.
Seriously wonderful portrait...Great action shot...love the concentration of the builder :)
6 Jan 2008 10:56am
@Lorraine: Glad you like it, Lorraine. Thanks so much. The man gave me pointers on how to handle chainsaw at a log building course I took. He was a very kind person who really knew what he was doing.
A nice capture of the moment of action. I also like the motion blur as mentioned before
6 Jan 2008 11:40am
@Frankie: I appreciate the positive remark, Frankie. Many thanks.
A still subject and moving mallet head, nice work!
6 Jan 2008 11:50am
@Steven: Thanks, Steven.
Now thats some skill, he seems to be the expert. Youi caught a great moment of effort and concentration.
@Richard_Irwin: Thanks, Richard. I love that concentration on his face.
Hi,Nice to meet you.You are too generous with me but anyway, thank you very much for your comments.
Congratulations for your work.Bye.
6 Jan 2008 11:56am
@Toño: Thank you so much, Toño.
hard working man :) I think you captured that movement of his hand in a perfect way :)
is this in Slovakia?
6 Jan 2008 12:03pm
@Ondro: Thanks for your remark, Ondro. This was a course I took in Minnesota, USA.
A good picture from eveeryday's life. This topic is a little bit simple, but you give to the photo a very special meaning!
6 Jan 2008 12:21pm
@Porcsin: Thank you, Porcsin. I hoped to show the honesty and effort in the builder's work.
One tough looking guy - wouldn't want to mess with him, I think...
6 Jan 2008 1:45pm
@Walt: Thanks, Walt. Tough-looking, yes. Actually one of the kindest, nicest people you could meet.
powerfull image of tough craftmanship. ik like these wooden logs
6 Jan 2008 2:07pm
@the lightwriter: Thank you. I was trying for a powerful image.
Great image, perhaps you could have tried getting the background out of focus to add more impact. Just an idea as we all seem to be thinking critically today. This might not help the blurring on the hammer though, which is done very well.
6 Jan 2008 2:43pm
@cromlechi: Good point. Many thanks for the suggestion.
A very well done capture. a subject robust and powerful. :)
6 Jan 2008 2:49pm
@MGB: Thank you. I appreciate your positive remark.
action caught in a single frames that tells a thousand words :)
keep the good work up :)
6 Jan 2008 4:46pm
@Amr Tahtawi: Thank you, Amr. I always appreciate your remarks.
First of all the man by himself worth a portrait. In french we would say that he is a "Gueule" (wich is not an insult).
Second the action in the picture is quite interesting
6 Jan 2008 5:07pm
@Laurent: Thank you, Laurent, for your remark and for mentioning the word, Gueule, which is interesting.
Very nice action shot. I like the blurred hammer
6 Jan 2008 6:01pm
@standley: I appreciate the kind comment, Standley.
a nice one
6 Jan 2008 10:14pm
@Pouhou: Thanks for your kind remark.
Good shot !
6 Jan 2008 11:09pm
@theys roland: Thank you, Theys.
Interesting. I love the smell of cut wood. :) Neat shot!
7 Jan 2008 12:08am
@HorseRotorVator: Thanks. Yes, the shot does invoke the sense of smell too, as you point out.
Working as usual, don't forget to have some fun, Michael - Dean. p.s.: Good shot showing people of interest and trades/skills. Use it.
7 Jan 2008 3:23am
@Dean Francis: Thanks, Dean. For me, this kind of work is fun. Also managed to get in a little snowboarding with my daughters. Michael
Lovely shot of an everyday scene. I like the expression on his face. And I wonder how this shot would look in B&W - did you try it?
7 Jan 2008 7:43am
@dee: Thanks, Dee. I didn't try it in B&W but it's a good idea.
Great shot of work that needs power and yet being precise!
7 Jan 2008 9:11am
@Illuci: A kind comment. Many thanks.
deep in concentration - one of your many great pictures of life..
7 Jan 2008 9:48am
@Penny: Thank you for commenting, Penny. It is very much appreciated.
7 Jan 2008 11:06pm
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