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Could not resist taking a picture on this huge tree stump. Took alot of patience.

Title:Stumped
Username:JonBrereton JonBrereton
Uploaded:7 Apr 2005 - 3:46 AM
Tags:Wildlife / nature
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josie2879
josie2879  9
7 Apr 2005 - 4:37 AM

I couldn't resist but take a closer look...great shot!!

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digicammad
digicammad  1121988 forum posts United Kingdom37 Constructive Critique Points
7 Apr 2005 - 4:40 AM

Hi Jon, welcome to ePz.

You've caught them in a nice pose. The shot, especially the large version, looks like it is suffering from compression or has been too heavily cropped. What sort of camera do you have? It is also a little blurred, camera shake by the look of it.

Look forward to seeing more.

Ian

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sandyb
sandyb  1034 forum posts United Kingdom
7 Apr 2005 - 5:42 AM

welcome to photoezine. I have a yorkie and he would not pose for the camera. infact he's 14years old and blind in one eye. but if he see's the camera he's gone. I guess the light coloured one is the female. sandyb

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JonBrereton
7 Apr 2005 - 7:10 AM

Hi all thanks for the comments. I am at present using an Olympus digital which is not very hi quality as you can see. The older male dog on the left is 15 years and deaf and slightly blind. The younger one is 6 years, female and tends to lead him about. The picture was heavily cropped as suggested.

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