Wonderful click in very heard light.
Black and white give us more better look...
because of background swinging girl picture gets a depth...
@David Korte I had to read that again too, but I think he just means just like there's a strong subject in the foreground, there's a strong strong subject in the background. Don't take offense, because there may be a language barrier which skews the way he words things.
@David Korte I imagine that you are referring to skin color, which is one of the many differences you might find between these two subjects. It's interesting that we tend to think that highlighting differences is offensive. I love that we live is such a diverse world and I mean to celebrate those differences.
@Dotan Saguy @David Korte No, I didn't consider the skin color in my comment. I merely considered the word choice. Perhaps gender may have influenced my comment. I like the picture and presenting in black and white is an effective choice. If I didn't care for the picture, I wouldn't have commented at all.
Very Cool ! reminds me of one of my favorite musicians, "Seal" but never seen a seal that far up the beach!
Again cool shot and Congratulations Dotan !
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