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If you've ever wanted to know what really separates pro athletes from the rest of us mortals...it's that. The guy is a full foot or two off of the ground, flying across it, chased by a successful NHL refugee, and he STILL has control of the puck.

I love my job, and I'm very fond of the athletes I work with. All images are ęcopyright 1pen and my sports media company.You may NOT use, replicate, manipulate, or modify this image without my permission. All Rights Reserved.
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morningstarskid Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Professional Artist
And puts it in front....
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1pen Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014  Professional Photographer
:nod:
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lukiesyaya Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
His play is unbelievable and so is this shot! :star:
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1pen Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Professional Photographer
:nod: Thank you so much.  I was glad to have caught it!
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UiaBird Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Is this the ECHL? And who is the NHL refugee who is chasing him?
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1pen Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Professional Photographer
Yes, it is ECHL. That is Brad Mills, a New Jersey Devil last NHL season. As a free agent during the lockout he spent 27 games with my local team. He is currently signed with the AHL IceHogs for the rest of their season.
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UiaBird Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool, I wish I had a good camera... I could take some action shots during AHL games I go to. The Admirals are my team :)
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SteDreLa Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Perfect shot you did! Look in his face - although in motion you can see the detailed face during "the flight". Awesome!
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1pen Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks so much, Stefan, I appreciate the feedback!:heart:

Sometimes it's difficult to keep the details of their faces intact because of the visors in front of their eyes. When they change directions abruptly, the camera may keep the visor and helmet in focus and blur the face behind it as if it's also part of the background. It can get tricky. ;)
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KMKramer44 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Student Photographer
I got it I got it!!!!!!!!! lol. :D
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