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Old Dec 12, 2006, 12:01 PM   #1
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Using the K10D was able to catch a full tiger yawn. C&C welcome. Jim
NOTE: What looks like banding in the background is actually the high chain link fence surrounding the complex, out of focus!
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LOL!!!! Very nice series Jim. Thanks for being there.

hehehehe. This makes my day as I go off to work.


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LOL! Quite a humorous series of shots. In particular, I like the shot 4 and 7. The teeth adds to the fierceness of the tiger. My only suggestion would be to increase the saturation a bit. I'd like to see more depth to the orange of the tiger's coat. Nice capture.
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Excellent captures. Definitely right place, right time.



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Nice shots, those would make a great animated GIF!

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