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For our pleasure - Jaguard in the zoo.
Excellent presentation,, works particularly well on v2.
two powerful images cor brilliant work v2 for me today a stunner nice one
I think he's a leopard, Cor . Sad to see these beautiful creatures behind bars, but beautifully captured and presented. Carol
love this pair cor, the textures added with the mono conversion work so well adding to the feeling of the animal being caged in. superb eye contact and detail in the fur too.
Beautifully worked pictures, but what a shame for the poor animal. Both excellent.
I think no 2 is more telling, a sad expression on the face. The treatment adds to the isolation. By the way he's a Jaguar.
Two fine images of the big cat, with that intense direct gaze in v 2 making it the winner for me, Cor.
Sadness and then, in v2, a look of hope--Processing enhances the story so well!
Seems so sad for a cat to be locked up, especially such big cats who love to run and hunt. Wonderfully worked images though. ........Sandy
Two super images, Cor, and it's V2 for me also
Two great shots, very well presented. Don't know whether it's a leopard or a jaguar, the guy in v2 looks hungry. Bye!
So sad to see them behind bars Cor,
but both these images are very powerful!
They still keep them behind steel bars what zoo is this Gilbert ? An image to highlight their confined excistance.
Great pp work, works well in mono! I like them a lot!
There's something very sad about these excellent images.
I have visited many a wild life park and other similar place of interest but dont you find you either have wire netting or some other obstruction Cor! a great shot despite the obvious cage
Fabulous, although sad like V2. Brilliant shots and post processing!
Both versions looks really well!!!!
Such magnificence Cor - such sadness that we humans have devalued them so much they are behind wire cages.
I find these images very powerful and heart wrenching. God bless the zoos for doing what they can to save such wonderful animals but, oh dear, my heart cries out for these beautiful creatures.
Brilliantly, powerful portrayal Cor. Please accept my UA - it is my privilege. Sue xx
stunning images with lots of well meaning behind the shoot.
nice one, ant.
You have expressed a modern dilemma very well.
your work invokes the terrible concrete cages that I have often seen in my youth, I hope there aren't many left.
Such a beautiful animal; I'm with Suehh on her opinion of zoos. I love v2 here; just a beautiful face and I do like the treatment you've given it.
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