416 gun fight


Buckskin Joe Frontier Town | Canon City, Colorado | Canon 300D, 2006

Dec 17, 2006

15 comments:

Ferdz said...

This is classic! Like a movie, love the depth and character movement. Just amazing!

Dave MacIntyre said...

Timeless photo! An excellent shot.

Ashish Sidapara said...

Classic!

micki said...

Looks like there's a gonna be a shoot out. What a fun shot. I love the gunman's smirky smile.

PhotoSam said...

lol, right out of "the good, the bad and the ugly"....really good one..

Doug said...

This is a really good composition to emphasize the gunman on the right. Great capture.

photowannabe said...

Fantastic action shot. I'm a bit worried about that guy on the left. His gun doesn't look too secure in the holster with the belt unhinged. Maybe that's why the other man has such a smirk on his face.

bkphotography said...

Uh-oh, seem like High Noon happening soon. ;-)

Paul said...

Really impressive depth of field here. I love these old gunfighters.

tony said...

Good exposure and B&W.

deji77 said...

Nice. Brought back memories of Client Eastwood westerns. My fav still being The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Still said...

The scene seems to be at OK Corral!

jlbussey said...

"There ain't room enough in this town for the both of us, Mister!"

Great shot!

John said...

Cool shot

Legabal said...

Great image
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