Great!!!!!!Hugs, my friend!
OLE!Esto esta cojonudo! Pure action, man.
Superb pose on the beast!
Gorgeous! Saw a presentation about bullfighting in an arena in Nimes, this captures the spirit so well!
Rather, bull running. It's hilarious!
I'm glad you enjoyed the 'course camarguaise' Clio. It is a great team game and very special to this region in the south of France.The taureaux are not killed and those who seem to know 'la regle de jeu' return to the arena to pit their speed and power against the 'razeteurs'.
Nice.ummm.... is that guy not seeing the bull coming at him? A____A
He sees the taureau and the taureau has just seen him. Both run towards each other. They have two different aims in mind when they meet.
They don't normally wear cricket whites though, do they?
Yes, they do...And - first time around - the rules are just as confusing. Somehow the taureau knows exactly what to do...Well, I guess he's been here before - the game dates back to remote antiquity.The guys - the razeteurs - are all in white. The taureau is all in black. Sorry to seem pretentious - why call the beast a taureau when 'bull' ought to do. But these sleek-hipped, velvet-coated creatures with their long ivory horns and swaggering, jousting manner seem to be best called by the name the people gave them.
Oh - as Clio pointed out - it's also very funny. The 'course libre' is a french comedy, not a spanish tragedy.
This is some really great stuff. You have a really wide veriety but it is really great and really original. wonderful work
Very intense, great movement. It is August indeed, i can tell by the brightness of the light...
What a great composition!
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