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Jam session

Jam session
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Copyright: Jeppe Madsen (Jep) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 131 W: 16 N: 97] (585)
Género: Lugares
Medio: Color
Tomada el: 2004-02
Categorías: Divertidas
Cámara: Sony Cybershot U30
Versión de la foto: Versión original
Fecha enviada: 2004-04-06 8:19
Vista: 2964
Puntos: 21
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For those who never had tried a pair of ski under there feet let me explain.
I was told it would be like riding on a bike – once you got it – you will never forget, and I must admit its true - but nobody told me it would be like riding a bike without brakes ;-) The first day on ski cost me a deep blue chest, but lucky for me, no broken limps.

Another think you will have to learn, will the technique of standing in a queue for a lift.
In most cases it’s not a problem, but I remember one occasion where things went totally wrong (and I was lucky to get a shot of it). I’m not sure what actually happened but I think there was group of youngster, coming from right and left, and all trying to get first. It took a while before the jam was “eaten”.

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A very nice shot,with great colours.It looks like they could have been stuck there for a long time,I can almost hear the shouting!
Very well seen & done.Great!

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  • Judy Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 159 W: 95 N: 154] (531)
  • [2004-04-06 8:40]

Okay - I get it... A real "jam" session. It reminds me of "pick-up-sticks"! I wonder how they got untangled eventually? You are right - this is funny, especially when you are not in the fray. Thanks for sharing and for the giggle.

Really I like the real situation feeling of this pict and the angle of view. As there's no visible faces, all the focus is on the situation. Well done with bright colors.

Wow what a delightful confusion. I particularly like the red skies which appear child size, between the blue fressed person. I tried skiing once, and I don't think i'll try it again anytime sooon, I did very little skking and a lot of falling.

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  • manny Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 525 W: 24 N: 1485] (11941)
  • [2004-04-06 13:44]

Like your title. Good angle and colors are so vivid. Great picture.

- LOL -
I have seen this so many times (and have had a hard time myself at a couple of occasions), so I'm having great fun at seeing that you took this fun snapshot of it, Jeppe. What a colorful mess, I love it.

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  • Tim Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 189 W: 18 N: 240] (1139)
  • [2004-04-07 1:12]

Jeppe, Boy, I can relate to that picture. It's easy to get all jammed up when skiing. You must have been waiting in line for the ski lift eh? Nice composition and contrast!
God's best, Tim

This could be only your kind of humor, Jeppe. Skiing seems to me hard enough even without this traffic jam, but this shot seems to me imposible, like an Escher picture - yiu cannot guess how they got to this situation and how they gonnan get out of it.
And you were there at the right time, right place with your camera ready - excellent, Jeppe.

I love this composition with just the feet and skiis captured. Very creative thinking. The hardest part for me when skiing is holding onto the tow rope, as my grip is weak. Was happy to advance to the chair lift.
Good vibrant colours. Well done.

Hi, yes it coold be mess, even you have a new pair of skies.
On the other side it's a little bit like the game mikado to get your skies out of such 'jam session'
Nice picture.
bye alex

A nightmare when you have your own skis... Edges of the other skis are just are the worst enemy of yours !
It's cool to see snow on TrekLens, it reminds me that it's smelling snow a bit more every morning when i open my windows...

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