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And to show his dedication to his mama, he stood for this wave without flinching, getting wet to his knees! thankfully I got the shot! a bit blurry perhaps (meets the bokeh requirement ) and was tilted and underexposed so i have edited this one a bit
posted September 20th, 2018  
it works well on black - I like the blur
posted September 20th, 2018  
Great capture! I think the blur reinforces the feeling.
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful
posted September 20th, 2018  
What a good lad!! What a great shot,!!
posted September 20th, 2018  
very atmospheric
posted September 20th, 2018  
Very pretty on black..
posted September 20th, 2018  
Great shot love the blur
posted September 20th, 2018  
Fabulous shot.
posted September 20th, 2018  
I underexposed nearly every shot - it adds depth and drama...IMHO!
posted September 20th, 2018  
@vignouse yes i must say i usually go one or two stops under, but in this case the metering may have been the culprit, tricky into the setting sun.
posted September 21st, 2018  
A very good offspring to do that! And wonderful result with the surf.
posted September 21st, 2018  
creates a shot with great atmosphere and solemnity.
posted September 21st, 2018  
ps - I have just read your challenge It think this fits really well.
posted September 21st, 2018  
What a brave son to stand in the face of the crashing waves. He must have a little something of the sea in his soul. The blur is beautiful and the exposure is wonderfully atmospheric. I especially like how his reflective silhouette partakes ever do subtly in the golden glow left by the sun upon the water, as if the glow, too, is within him. Such a wonderful capture including all the elements of the challenge!
posted September 22nd, 2018  
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