California State Fair Sacramento, California, U.S.A. July 12, 2016
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Category: Action, Festivals and Flea Markets, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: California, California State Fair, carnival, fear, fun, Photography, rides, Sacramento, scared, Sky, swing, Timothy S. Allen, upside down
OM gosh!! Dude!! How did you get this. 👍🏻👍🏻
Standing below it and using my Tamron 300m telephoto lens on my Canon 70D that does a great job in tracking when the back button focus is engaged. If it was safe enough to ride I thought it was ok to stand almost under it. No shoes came off to hit anyone.
think i’ll jest keep flying my ultralight it s got to be safer that that lol……!!!!!!
I would hope so. However, they were attached to the ground.
That looks like a very big, very creepy praying mantis!
It’s a huge carnival ride that swings up and around maybe 12 meters above the ground. Not my cut of tea.
Me neither… I prefer my feet firmly planted to the ground ^^
Yes, yes, yes! I did photograph some people on the ride who from the their body language would have fully agreed with you.
Or a huge Chinese dragon! Could double for the ones you took at the Bali funeral. Amazing, Tim.
Interesting thought. Thanks
I agree with Sara Z: the composition does make the ride look insect-like. How fun!
Thank you. The riders swings back and forth. As the momentum increases the riders go over the top. A bit too wild for my taste.
The kind of ride I would’ve enjoyed a few years ago 🙂
Maybe if I’d kept my eyes closed but even then it would have been too much. My stomach would not have held out. None below would have appreciated that.
Exactly what I was thinking. I don’t do too good when my feet are above my head.
The food in my stomach needs to go down. Gravity has a dramatic impact.
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