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Old Feb 1, 2012, 4:07 AM   #1
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Perfect, isn't it?

If you can't see it, look here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/raghu_ambattur/6773572115/

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Old Feb 1, 2012, 6:22 AM   #2
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Absolutely perfect Raghu!!
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Perfect camouflage, but the photo itself is gorgeous too! Wonderful colors and composition Raghu!
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G'day Raghu

You're very good mate ... now the next lesson is to go into photoshop and change the colours to bright red & orange & blue so that we half-blind 'togs from the 'downunder' world can see it too

ps- if you want to do anything, maybe clone out the dead stick coming into the top-right of the image
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Thank you, Catalex, Saly and Phil. Phil - you're right, that stick distracts. I'll remove it.
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you all make it sound so simple lol. i hav much to learn. but thanks to you all its an enjoyable lesson. great pic raghu!
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Nice one. And a fine looking bird too. Dead stick is fine by me. I am easy when it comes to nature photo settings.

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