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Old Mar 31, 2007, 11:22 PM   #1
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i'm sure people are getting tired of these little fellas, but they keep offering me such marvelous opportunities, i just HAVE to take the shots! these two are from the park near my house, taken about 5:30 this evening... the first one is full frame, no crop; the second was cropped about 10% to get rid of some debris in the water on the left side. i really like the wavy reflections of sky and clouds in these...




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Old Apr 2, 2007, 10:17 AM   #2
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here's one more of the little fellow with his lunch... he'd moved into the shade, so the light was not nearly as good, but he was still fairly close...

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Old Apr 2, 2007, 10:20 AM   #3
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I enjoy seeing them, you did gooood again

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That second shot is really nice, the only thing you could do to improve it would be to get down at eye level vs shooting down on the subject. Good work! :-)
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Old Apr 2, 2007, 4:50 PM   #6
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That second shot is really nice, the only thing you could do to improve it would be to get down at eye level vs shooting down on the subject. Good work! :-)
i wish i could! these were taken from a boardwalk at a park, and there's no way - short of clambering over a fence and jumping down into the marsh, which is strictly verboten- to get a lower angle. and if i did, getting back up onto the boardwalk could prove problematic... perhaps at other locations i can do that, but here at least i'm kinda stuck with the higher viewpoint...
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