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Arial Compositions 2 :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Arial Compositions 2
Tribal Dance :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Tribal Dance  Looking down at me crouched down on the ground, this girl gave me exactly what I wanted: Energy, spirit, and a dirty look.  Although I didn´t realize it at the time, I think she thought I was trying to take a picture up her skirt. (The camera was angled upwards from the ground so I could crop out the crowd behind her.)
Photographer In Action! :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Photographer In Action!
El Museo Nacional De Antropología 2 :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
El Museo Nacional De Antropología 2
Stream Composition Study 2 :: Linville Falls, North Carolina :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Stream Composition Study 2  I have this rotated on purpose.  I want the composition to be independent of its source.  By taking it out of its context, the viewer is forced to see the visual elements as nothing more than color and shape.  (That or they just turn their head sideways.)
How Did He Do That?! :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
How Did He Do That?!  If you zoom in closely, you can see that his foot is perfectly on top of the waterline.  This was one shot, not a burst of 100 rapid-fire images.
Bethesda Grand Prix Lineup 1 :: Bethesda, Maryland :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Bethesda Grand Prix Lineup 1
Sue Palmer-komar, Pre Race :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Sue Palmer-komar, Pre Race  Wondering what I am doing and who I am, pro-cyclist for Colavita, Sue Palmer-Komar, prepares herself for the largest professional race in the country.
Nazca Hummingbird :: Nazca, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Nazca Hummingbird  Probably the most popular image of the Nazca lines (las lineas de Nasca), the hummingbird was pretty cool. We made a few passes because it was hard to capture, even in an airplane. This image has been a near-national icon for Peru for some time. It is sewn on hats and underwear and inked on skin as tattoos.
Old Man Of The Sea :: Seaside Heights, New Jersey :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Old Man Of The Sea  Although you can´t see it here, there were three kids running around this man and playing in the ocean.  The long exposure eliminated them from history.
Rock Not In The Middle :: San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Rock Not In The Middle  Why is the rock not in the middle? Because, silly, I panned my camera to the right.  This photo doesn´t contain the meaning of life.  If you try to look really hard you´ll just hurt your eyes.

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