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    • Thanks Paula. Even I am very fascinated by blur. There’s an artist named Robert Bosisio whose works inspire me a lot! -> http://www.robert-bosisio.com/. He paints blurred images, which is something really, really amazing! Do check out his site. You might like his creations. 🙂

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  1. Ditto to the above comments. This image also reminds me of what it’s like to be speeding downhill on a bumpy road on a chilly, windy morning, trying to see the road through the tears.

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    • Thank you Helen.

      We were riding, 5 of us. I was at the back trying to get a blurry photo of my 4 fellow riders, but it was difficult as I couldn’t pedal and manage the camera at the same time. That’s when we reached this small slope and I decided to try and take a snap asap. I was a bit worried because we were about to approach the turning ahead. Fortunately it all went well, no vehicles came from the opposite side, and I came back home happy with this blurry mess of a photo, which I like a lot! 🙂

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  2. Your photos are different from the others, in a very good way. Most of your works are calming, yet not lonely. I can’t quite put my finger on it. You have amazing talent.

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