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This photo essay is posted at KLM Images.
Twist & turn
The eye of the viewer can be guided by actual lines in an image, or by implied ones.
These two riders are stacked up on a slanted hillside watching hunting in the lower field. Your eye naturally follows them down starting at the rump of the near horse and then reversing at the lower one. It’s possible the horses are standing still, but the placement of the legs and movement of the tails creates doubt, so you follow the potential movement left and then right, instead of just left along the hillside and out, as you might if the far rider were absent. Read the rest of this entry »
The photo essay is posted at KLM Images.
This was the first day of cubbing for the Old Dominion Hounds.
As sometimes happens, all the hunting activity took place off-stage, from the perspective of the car-followers. We got to watch them leave and return, and in-between there was much appreciation of the lovely scenery and occasional faint echoes of hounds and horn.