Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing

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3 months 1 week ago #628 by MonochromeTear
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Firstly my apologies for not posting yesterday, had the day off, got busy, you know how it goes.

Secondly, a great turn out and I'm so glad to see that I'm not the only one, and there are some great images here which actually had me laughing out loud for real.

I have struggled to pick a favourite but I think I'm going to go with the following;

First Place: Chris - Bollywood Buggerup
Second Place: Brian - Where's that damn barn owl?
Third Place: Jules - Man has head replaced by television camera.

Thanks everyone for taking part, looking forward to the next one, so on that note, Chris its over to you!

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3 months 2 weeks ago #627 by jules
jules replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Olympic Volleyball
Television Camera swings into the way

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3 months 3 weeks ago #626 by jules
jules replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Tour of Britain Somerset.
Wish photographer would stand still !!!!

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3 months 3 weeks ago #625 by jules
jules replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Photographers - always in the way!!!!!!

The Cobble Wobble

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3 months 3 weeks ago #624 by jules
jules replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
London Olympics 20km walking race

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3 months 3 weeks ago #623 by jules
jules replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Look carefully and you can spot the surfer.

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3 months 3 weeks ago #622 by criscox
criscox replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
and another one
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3 months 3 weeks ago #621 by criscox
criscox replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Heres one when I tried to barge in on a bollywood fotoshoot
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3 months 3 weeks ago - 3 months 3 weeks ago #620 by Bri
Bri replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
I call this one "Where's that damn barn owl?"

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3 months 3 weeks ago #619 by Bri
Bri replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
Suzie Woolf, walking away after her car broke down on practise day

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3 months 3 weeks ago #618 by Bri
Bri replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
And here's one from Silverstone

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3 months 3 weeks ago #617 by Bri
Bri replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
OK, here's one of mine from RIAT

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3 months 3 weeks ago #616 by julie
julie replied the topic: Fortnightly Challenge - 29-01-18 - Timing
photo bombed at Blenheim Palace!!!!!
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3 months 3 weeks ago #615 by MonochromeTear
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Do you know what the secret to a good joke is, timing?

I originally intended this to be a sort of blooper reel competition, but figured timing could be a little more forgiving for those that actually delete rubbish photographs.

Here is one of my all time fav photos from RIAT a few years ago. I was so busy panning and shooting that I wasn't really paying attention to the foreground.



Here is another (From the same year I think) two red arrows which appear to be having a head on collision.

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