I want to add this one for discussion. It shows a spectator at a cycling race who is focussed in. One sees that he has one leg missing. What might he be thinking of when he sees these people race by?

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Hi Peter,

This is a very interesting shot. You have a keen eye because I don't think I would have noticed that the spectator only has one leg. I wonder how long he has been without, I would think that would affect his feelings watching others cycle.

Heres another one (technically: shot with EOS 5D, Leica Lens ApoTelyt 3.4/180mm) in a Cafe.

It was raining cats and dogs and you can see the motion of the eyes of the boy following the motions of the hand of his father paying the ice cream which he is expecting to get...

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Hi Peter, I'm going to place your image in the reply so all can see. :-)

Got another one, this time its real motion....

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