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Old Apr 27, 2012, 4:46 PM   #1
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Default tigers, with a hint of disapointment...

at the wildlife park today i visited these 2 male 1 year old tigers. they were in a very playful mood and as one brother fancied a cool down in the water hole, it wasnt long before a playful tussle ensued...

dissapointingly though, i was unable to get close enough to the fence and far enough from the tigers to fully outfocus the fencing. this was the best i could manage. anyone with any pp skills that could lessen the effect or better, please feel free to have a go.

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no animals were harmed during the taking of these photos...
although i did squish a bug with my elbow leaning on the wooden fence post, sorry
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Old Apr 27, 2012, 5:02 PM   #2
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G'day John

Thx for the images - well if nothing else mate ... your camera work is fine!!
I'll leave the pp for someone else tho

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Old Apr 27, 2012, 5:26 PM   #3
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thanks a lot Phil appreciate the compliment coming from someone who should know
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Old Apr 27, 2012, 5:28 PM   #4
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youre certainly up and on early enough too Phil, what you got there? about 7.30?
dang man youre keen! lol
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No need pp John, are so beautiful! Have you been able to seize a great opportunity!!
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Good shots John, Dont be too disappointed they are still great.
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amazing clicks!! Even wit the fence being their, it looks just awesome

clicked a similar one but in my case fence was too much of a spoil in the pic

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I like Tigers John, thanks for sharing.

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thanks for all the kind comments everyone, much appreciated
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Very nice action shots, John. I tried PP, but didn't work out well. Any way, when you see those frolicking animals, who cares about the (very) minor blemish?
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