Crucifixion

Ken Slater

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Monroe, WI - United States

What a marvelous shot. Congratulations on your sale!

London - United Kingdom

Congratulations on your sale!

Wynnewood, PA - United States

Superb photography! Empire seems to require unimaginably horrible cruelty...

Longmont, CO - United States

Awesome work!

Loveland, CO - United States

Congratulations on your $ale!

Coeur D Alene, ID - United States

Thanks everyone for the great comments. This photo was shot as a student project when I was in film school in Montana in the 70's. There were two purposes for the shot. One was that the assignment was a time/motion study. I used a very slow shutter speed. The rock moved very slowly to get a trail and then I manually fired a strobe directed at the rock when it reached where I wanted. The second was that the subject was and still is very dear to me. I wanted to try and communicate a specific moment in Christ's suffering with some power and feeling - so that I and maybe others would remember what He took for us.

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Congrats on Sale and on your Heart.

Corona, CA - United States

very powerful, congratulations!

Turner Valley, AB - Canada

Very powerful image...very powerful message!!

Forsyth, Ga - United States

outstanding, that Jesus love, congratulation

ANNAPOLIS, MA - United States

Very powerful!!! Congrats!!!

Blue Hill, ME - United States

VERY powerful!! Congratulations on your sale!

Magenta, Mi - Italy

Wow, รจ una immagine forte, grande! Complimenti

Bucharest, Bu - Romania

Congrats on your sale!

Greensboro, NC - United States

Wow, I agree with Scott, amazing shot. Congrats on your sale.

Saint Petersburg, RU - Russian Federation

YES!!!!! good workshot

Anchorage, AK - United States

great piece. Share the story how you shot this please. That looks like a very big rock, a real hand and a real nail. Did the guy get his hand out of the way just after the shutter closed?

Tampa, FL - United States

Incredibly powerful image/message. The lighting and motion in the hand coming down gives even more impact to it.

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