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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D7000
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10/12500 second
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F/3.5
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150 mm
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125
Date Taken
Aug 11, 2013, 1:58:38 PM
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Nicolai Aldinger on La Petite Lolita by AndersStangl Nicolai Aldinger on La Petite Lolita by AndersStangl
From Eketorp Eventing southern Sweden august 2013

Thanks for looking and :+fav: ing !

Anders Stangl Photography 2013
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thegeforce Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
looks like he reared a little too far backward even though he is jumping.
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AndersStangl Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
True.
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:iconthegeforce:
thegeforce Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
and might flip over backwards...
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AndersStangl Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
Yes but they recovered and continued to the next jump, pretty impressive !
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thegeforce Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
must have been a very hot day... can tell by the horse sweating like there's no tomorrow...
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thegeforce Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
SKILLS!
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AndersStangl Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
It sure is !
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thegeforce Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
ja!
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griffonmeister Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013  Hobbyist
This sort of shot is difficult, however, would a little more of the rider's face add more to the composition? I can see from the light why you have chosen your stance, was there a little more space to the right to stand for the shot? (Not only that I know that some fences are taken slighty different by each rider so you can never be in the right place ALL of the time :D )
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AndersStangl Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013
Yes it's always difficult -like you said- I never know were the rider will jump until the last split second, and not only that, some riders has a style that often makes them disappear behind the horse. In this case the rider lost the rythm between the jumps but the horse amazingly saved the situation!
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