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I actually borrowed this teddy from a mother with her two kids nearby since I don't always have mine handy when I prowl the local playgrounds. ;)
Took some pics of her kids too on that merry-go-round but understandably she don't want me to post them online.

Fabio Bruna, flawlessfumbles, and 1443 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. dream_maze 50 months ago | reply

    amazingly cute <3

  2. mail2banti 47 months ago | reply

    Nice concept. Creative... Excellent frame..

  3. My flowers are dead 47 months ago | reply

    NIce one! That you manage to capture the motion this well is enjoying to see :)

  4. Kynzzz 45 months ago | reply

    alone with the speed.. :(

  5. Shannon*Nicole 45 months ago | reply

    this picture was totally used by my digital media teacher to show us what panning looked like! great shot :)

  6. Raman_k 42 months ago | reply

    Love this!

  7. John 3000 42 months ago | reply

    Beautiful! Great motion & color.

  8. anoldent 41 months ago | reply

    Great idea, well done!

  9. hiddengrapher 40 months ago | reply

    how did you do this, mind teaching me, anyway, this is an outstanding picture, i have no word to be given to describe but i love it!

  10. Eli Reinholdtsen 37 months ago | reply

    Have you approved that your image was put in this link?

    smashinghub.com/motion-blur-in-photographs.htm

    I am surprised to see it with noe reference to the photographers.

  11. Bernzz 35 months ago | reply

    This is cool, can you give some tips on how you created this shot?

  12. -CrimsonDoll- 28 months ago | reply

    What a blurred photos!!! Amazing.. congrats :)

  13. Fat_Fingers 27 months ago | reply

    Great capture, love the composition and colors

  14. ThomasWilson92 27 months ago | reply

    How did you do this

  15. Araceli Olivas Photography 26 months ago | reply

    Great shot! What were your specs here? Shutter speed, etc.

  16. erhoopster 16 months ago | reply

    Hey I saw this on digital-photography-school! Good idea and great execution!

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