Спасибо за Ваше замечание. Я рад, что Вы озираетесь с удовольствием в моем альбоме, и Вам нравятся мои фотографии.
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I think that may be the yellow-jacketed man behind scratches on the ice, only less visible because it is further away.
The pressure at the front one hand it seems better because it is closer, but that is not the main reason, but the fact that in a curved arc skater.
When the skate blade in the direction opposite to the circular radius of small pieces of ice of the ice scraped off, and the trace for the surface ice to spill, so there is enough visible, especially in loose ice crystals are seen there. A straight line skating leaking out from under the ice edge of the ice crystals, but it remains scarred by the trenches skating.
That is so even when skies turn the page also throws the snow.
If you just glide straight into the skis, there is less waste of these ice crystals can be seen.
Probably the ice man is standing behind a few scratches, if not skated straight and curved, so that only the image of his legs and his body is covered in anyway less visible trace. The more distant and no longer appear in the picture.
In the following video you can see that when skating straight, you have no clue if it bends, it is.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5lKx3gRpcc
Thank you very much - dear Philippe :-)
Thank you very much for your comment :-) I'm happy.
Thank you very much for your comment - dear Alxandr. :-)
Thank you very much for your comment. I'm happy.
Thank you very much for your comment - I'm happy.
Dziękuję bardzo za komentarz :-) Cieszę się, że podoba Ci się mój obraz :-) Uwielbiam zimę, ale nie w mieście, ale również w górach.
Да, может быть, это, как вы думаете.