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Fury and Finesse are depicted, respectively, by the charging bull and the Mexican matador Carlos Vera before finale of the bull ring drama.
A happy landing of two jumpers dramatizes beauty of the steeplechase.
A Remington painting of the Old West is suggested by the camera's composition of furious rodeo action with the clawing hoofs of wild horses scattering the cowhands.
Woodland tapestry is created by wild turkey, hunter and green forest.
Geometric design emerges from hockey action and a goalie's great save.
Streaking beauty of the plunging greyhounds, born and bred to run, is enhanced by a jewellike string of lights overhead and the golden cast of the track's packed silt.
Noiseless world is the domain of the sailplane, free rider of air currents.
Explosive violence of this photograph of first Marciano-Charles match made Jack Dempsey exclaim: "The only way to get closer to a fight than this is to be in it!"