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kamalyn on March 15, 2009


someGuyinmasset on March 15, 2009

Aw gee you guys!

Nawitka on March 15, 2009

I met a woman who had recently moved from China and when the family was picking new Canadian names she chose "Guy" for her young son. Then later the son went to school and the teacher and all the kids called him "Guy", which surprised him. Because his mom thought it was pronounced "goo-ey".

not1word on March 15, 2009

That begins to explain this photo, Nawitka. Gooey started to loose some of his sticky, and split into three, poor feller. I'll start up a collection to get him some new glue.

whoelius on March 17, 2009

Wonderful to meet you, Guy :). Were you counting 10 seconds in your head for each position?

kamalyn on March 17, 2009

LOL, whoelius - you've explained it! NO - not counting in his head - he was counting with his fingers - so that's why his right hand is moving in these shots! mystery solved!

térkép ZSUZSA on March 18, 2009

Hi Guy, congrat. to this idea to go behind the fence! I enjoy the conversation to figure out the trick. You have a good camera, probably it works with remote-contol, sooo no trick at all and I can see you are rite-handed. I'm missing a bit Brutus, but anyhow...

Nice photo, nice to see you... but wouldn't be better your pic without this yellow plastic ?

Greetings from Budapest:


Norrel on March 18, 2009

LOL, kamaly and whoelius. No flies around his three heads, nothing is itching his six ears, the Guy is just counting to ten.

The yellow plastic was needed to climb over the fence, Zsuzsanna. Guy has many shots of himself falling off the fence, shots of him stuck with his coat to the fence et cetera. After that he looked for an easier way to climb the fence. I hope he will show the other pictures to us as well, but I'm afraid he won't. Come on, Guy, we are your friends.

someGuyinmasset on March 18, 2009

Howdy whoelius, looks like you and kamaly figured me out.

Greetings Zsuzsanna, quite observant, I was however in front of the fence, I have a remote now but when this picture was taken I didn't so it's a 30 second shot. The crate was a mistake, the 'guy' in the middle is actually sitting on it (he's lazy), and Brutus is my dog.

Good scenario Norrel.

térkép ZSUZSA on March 19, 2009

Thanks Norrel your detailed explanation about Guys action. You made me laugh...I visualized how much Brutus was surprized by his master.

Dear Guy, your photo is great, it must be a PS to put you behind the fence ? But in this case you needed an other pic from the fences, am I right?

Cheers, Zsuzsanna

Jan de Boer on March 19, 2009

(((-: What a great idea! Well done!

someGuyinmasset on March 19, 2009

Hi Zsuzsanna, I've got no real editing programs, what happens is the fence is exposed for the full 30 seconds, but each 'Guy' is only exposing himself (bad guy)) for 7 or 8 seconds, that's also why the yellow crate is so prominent and my feet disappeared.

Hiya Jan, thanks, just us guys playing around.

Norrel on March 19, 2009

I still don't understand why your feet disappeared. Your three heads were exposed as long as your six feet. Were you tapdancing?

someGuyinmasset on March 19, 2009

Norrel, my feet disappeared because of the longer exposure of the relatively well-lit grass, up by my heads the background was dark.

Norrel on March 19, 2009

Now I've got the picture complete, Guy. Thanks for explaining. If the background up by your head hadn't been dark, you would have been three headless guys. Photographing ain't easy.

térkép ZSUZSA on March 19, 2009

Thanks Guyfor your nice explanation, but you know what I don't undertand...

if you were sitting of the yellow crate, your legs were standing on the road, your dress and shoes dark enough to be visible a bit to contrast the well lit yellow road ? and no sign of you on the road at all ?? Anyway, you give me an idea to experienc with it, thank you, cheers


Jan de Boer on March 19, 2009

If you move in the twilight hours and somebody is taking pictures, you disappear. If you have candle in your hand your a truly ghost. Maybe something like that is the case here.


térkép ZSUZSA on March 19, 2009

It make sense Jan what you are telling, thanks !


Ritva Astikainen on April 1, 2009

Hi Guy :)

not1word on April 1, 2009

Greetin's, Guy. You are a man, out standing in your field.

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  • Uploaded on January 22, 2009
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    by someGuyinmasset
    • Taken on 2009/01/19 21:01:49
    • Exposure: 30.000s
    • Focal Length: 70.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash