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Silverback Lowland Gorilla in the rain.
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OK, they aren't as clear as most others shown here, and that's perhaps technique, equpiment maybe (great excuse!) but I'm happy with them. Let me explain.
Some (well many) years ago I saw some 3D pictures at a Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall. They were splendid - the seals looked great because I was used to seeing stuffed animals at the Liverpool Museum when I was a child. However, some of the 'keepers' were included. The keepers looked dead because they were so clear, not moving. I'm not used to seeing stufffed people.
Now birds breath, reasonably quickly, and they move. They look fluffy. So to me a photo of a bird with every feather delineated clearly looks too artificial.
Susie sells 'em!
Three's a crowd.
Water Vowel getting his last snack before bed!
Love the shot of the Silver Y's.....But you'd expect me too
Quote: Water Vowel getting his last snack before bed!
Quote: Love the shot of the Silver Y's.....But you'd expect me too
There are some really nice photos of wildlife in its true sense, not caged animals and birds but wild creatures in their natural habitat. There's a world of difference e.g. are cows & sheep wildlife? What about my dogs? Where is the line drawn? Anyway, here's a really wild & rare bird, a Cream-coloured Courser which was found on a golf course in Herefordshire much to the delight of many admirers including me;
Puffin with sand eels
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