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Old Mar 17, 2011, 10:20 PM   #1
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Old Mar 17, 2011, 10:23 PM   #2
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nicely capture, good title for the photo.
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I agree with Shoturtle, but had to mess with your picture. Hope you don't mind! Can you see what I did?
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This is just superb! And, Robert did a nice job of cloning out that bit of straw on his shoulder. Well done, both of you!
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Good eye, Gary!
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Hi guys. Yep, the straw was there. I don't like to spend much time doing pp. so feel free to play with my shots. You guys have a lot more practice with it than I do. That way you can do the work for me and I can then save the new version. LOL.

But the straw was a part of the series that I shot there.
They were playing and eating with the straw all over the place. Here is another shot from the sequence:
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Ah, THAT explains things...
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Very nice photo and I agree, good title.
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