Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

During my last climbing experience for this year, I was on my long way down from the summit when I thought of taking snapshots on the spur of the moment. So I was taking pictures here and there while trekking at speed. When I was munching a rest at one point, I thought of scanning what I got from that spontaneous idea. Out of the plethora of photos, I have the one above as prize.

The movement of something–a wind maybe–spiral in it is just disarming for me.

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23 Comments Add yours

  1. jensine says:

    really cool


  2. cocomino says:

    Interesting detail. Have a great weekend.


  3. Myra GB says:

    Very nice. I like it. 🙂


  4. fiztrainer says:

    Whoa … looks like you’re inside a small tornado. Awesome! 😀


  5. themofman says:

    When I scroll up and down on the image, I get this neat motion blur effect in addition to what you’ve already captured.


  6. Bonnie says:

    Love it Sony – a great choice for the Movement challenge. 🙂


  7. Cheryl says:

    What a fabulous ‘prize’ and interpretation of this week’s challenge.


  8. That is some serious movement 🙂


  9. langaeh says:

    i got the same effect on one of my photos during a trail run which i posted. http://langaeh.wordpress.com/2012/07/08/weekly-photo-challenge-movement/


  10. Cee Neuner says:

    So very fun!!!


  11. Great whirling image – love the contrasting colors, and the way the reds and greens make each other “pop!”


  12. Jo Bryant says:

    vertigo here I come


  13. that is a great shot! Good Job


  14. Exceptional imagery … great capture.
    The best shots are the ones that are so truly unecpected.
    Check out my pix – it turns out I captured it in pretty much
    the same way – unexpectedly.


  15. liquiddruid says:

    The amazing thing about this photo is that if you move it up and down in front of your eyes, it would seem like the image itself is swirling.


  16. Paula says:

    This is cool!


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