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Photo of the Day ~ Photographic Art & HDR Category ~ February 17, 2009

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Lone Soldier
by Diane Blackford (techiechick) 
Camera:
Pentax K20D
Location:
Olustee, Florida
 
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
Taken at Olustee Battlefield reenactment.


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ChrissyB commented on February 17, 2009 00:06:
This is wonderful Diane, I love the photo and the effects have been well done. Congratulations on your Photo of the Day win.
Diane Blackford commented on February 17, 2009 06:44:
Thank you very much Chrissy.
Renee Harrell commented on February 17, 2009 07:05:
Very dramatic image, Diane! Nicely done, emphasizing the depth of field that separates the single soldier from the rest... Congrats on your POTD win!
Amanda Cannon commented on February 17, 2009 08:57:
Congrats to you on POTD! A great image. Nice dof and focus....
Sharon Isern commented on February 17, 2009 09:07:
Congratulations! I really like the effect of the rain on this background.
Linn Smith commented on February 17, 2009 09:51:
Terrific POV and wonderful effects compose this beautiful image...great work, Diane! Congratulations on your win today!
Betty Batten commented on February 17, 2009 20:09:
Great capture, sis! Congratulations on your POTD!!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on February 17, 2009 21:53:
Another dramatic historical image which you really have a gift for excelling in, Diane. Like the depth to the image which singles out the soldier in the front and the background mist which adds so much to the wonderful mood of the image. It could also symbolize all the smoke that is given off from the firing of the various canons, muzzle loaders etc. characteristic of that time. Congrats on your grand winner today with all its special & effective touches!


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