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Forever in Full Cry

By teocali
The grand old Sixteen Point Red Stag still in full cry. This has only been cropped to reduce height - the width is as originally taken in full frame. Best large if you have a moment.
Settings: F/4.5 1/200sec +0.33 ISO640 AV@500mm tripod

I was blown away by your response to my last upload - A Quiet Moment. Thank you all so much for your continued support of this series. A special thank you to Dan and Richard for the superb mods - definitely an improvement Smile

Tags: Challenge Full Red Stag General Deer Close-up and macro Cry Rut Bellow Sixteen Wildlife and nature Points Cervus Elaphus Loudest

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pluckyfilly 14 351 33 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2010 10:12AM
top shot Sylvia
CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
23 Oct 2010 10:16AM
Another fantastic image, Sylvia, perfect in every way. Carol
23 Oct 2010 10:32AM
Another brilliant capture. I would probably have left slightly more room at the bottom but that's just a personal preference. Great shot!
tashi 10 2
23 Oct 2010 10:34AM
Excellent capture! Well done.
23 Oct 2010 10:44AM
Wonderful capture Sylvia,great comp too.
SteveMoulding 12 3 7 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2010 10:46AM
Another superb shot of a bellowing stag.
Shroomer 14 14 167 England
23 Oct 2010 11:14AM
A good crop Sylvia and very fine detail bringing out the whiskers very well. Like the turn of head and timing mid roar on this.
This could be it for another year, sadly, next project birth with the newborns or in snow, now there's an idea.
Great capture
lianna 11 13 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2010 12:35PM
A beauty Sylvia x x
jeb2012 11 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2010 12:55PM
A Excellent capture,
Maiwand 14 3 73 England
23 Oct 2010 3:27PM
Cracking good timing Sylvia-- caught him in mid cry. Close crop of the height has really given him great impact.
SurreyHillsMan 13 27 2 England
23 Oct 2010 8:34PM
Great timing and detail Sylvia... I'd have left a tad more on the bottom?

teocali Plus
13 442 18 England
23 Oct 2010 10:19PM

Quote:Great timing and detail Sylvia... I'd have left a tad more on the bottom?


Point taken, but unfortunately that is the way it was composed Jon - took it in a hurry and that was the position at the bottom of the frame. I had to crop the height to balance it up. Suppose I could have tried to extend the canvas but that could have been tricky.
24 Oct 2010 7:56AM
Another beauty Sylvia, excellent timing.
forestfotos 11 4 3 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2010 9:50AM
A wonderful moment captured.
24 Oct 2010 5:44PM
Excellent capture great image.

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