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17 Feb 2009 1:14PM
Super job. Mark

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lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
17 Feb 2009 1:15PM
I think this is great myself
GazzaG2003 14 346 England
17 Feb 2009 1:17PM
I think its a nice shot, maybe i would have cropped a lot closer to both of them and drawn the eyes of the onlooker more into the lens and put some more life into their coats!
tsmith 9 England
17 Feb 2009 1:35PM
What a lovely shot
TerryMcK 9 71 2 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2009 1:36PM
A totally splendid image as is, Ade, but wondered if a crop to the heads might work as an alternative without losing that fine detail - depending on your original file size, of course.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
17 Feb 2009 1:46PM
Some nice details and tones in this - think that the lighter patches of grass behind them draws your eye so a tighter crop to remove them might help.
Regards Richard.
Hoffy 13 262 16 England
17 Feb 2009 2:06PM
What a cracking image Ade
Chrism8 11 866 17 England
17 Feb 2009 2:22PM
Excellent image, nicely done, as mentioned above, the sunlight grass draws the eye away from the subject and the badgers eyes need a slight lift.

geniehawk 11 181 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2009 3:21PM
Hi Ade, just altered the eye detail on the front badger and darkend some of the background highlights.

Very well captured excellent image.
shandoor 8 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2009 4:20PM
Wonderful image wow
janty66 10 3 England
17 Feb 2009 4:50PM
superb shot..
stunning image
I love it the way it is great shot.
17 Feb 2009 5:25PM
Stunning detail.
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
17 Feb 2009 6:07PM
I like the image Ade but for me it just lacks a little detail on the front Badger's head & eye..could be a tad soft there.
The mod from geniehawk has improved it though,especially on the eye area.
Still a good capture & one I would have liked to have taken.
KevSB 13 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2009 6:36PM
nice shot, well taken
fatmod 11 22 England
17 Feb 2009 6:40PM
Iain_Proudfoot 11 40 2 Ireland
17 Feb 2009 7:54PM
A wonderful photograph.

Nice work.

Warm regards, Iain.
17 Feb 2009 8:23PM
I think its a fine as it is, to get such an intimate is a good job in itself!
Ray42 9 3 England
18 Feb 2009 7:19AM
A great shot - wished I could have taken it. As said above - possible cropping down a tad and empahising the eyes and giving them a bit more punch
18 Feb 2009 7:36AM
Great shot ade.... maybe a little dark around the Badger's face and lacks a bit of "eye sparkle" but that's being hyper critical

norton 13 6 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2009 8:49PM
Great image the timing and composition are superb,well captured..............

IanA 14 3.0k 12 England
19 Feb 2009 8:37AM
Badly done, but you get the idea.
Toned down the highlights in the grass as they were distracting, and a little selective sharpening on the front head which lacks slightly in the original.
Done at home on an uncalibrated monitor 'cause I've been in hospital for the last three days!

Oh ye, an I've got shot of that silly frame! Tongue
Ade_Osman 14 4.5k 36 England
19 Feb 2009 2:15PM
Thanks to everyone for all the advice etc...

IanA, I refer you to the PM I've sent you mate.....


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