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Reflection "For Joey (Wildlight)

By DEK4
Here's a photo of a mute swan I took at the river near where I live. This is for Joe Kellard (my brother) for helping me with photography and for getting me into it. He has also lent me a Canon EOS 10D with a Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 USM to use for when we go to the river near where we live. The Radley Lake which we sometimes go to {it's right by the river} is normally full of birds but this time the only things we saw were a few Jack Snipes {I didn't manage to photograph any of them though!} and a heron.

Tags: Reflection Mute swan Graceful Wildlife and nature

Voters: LynneJoyce, motorsportpictures, raygregson and 21 more


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LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2009 12:31PM
Well done and lucky you for having such a generous and well equipped brother. These are very tricky subjects and you have captured it nicely.
motorsportpictures 12 289 23 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2009 12:34PM
Excellent shot.
Really nice and clear reflections.
With great detail.
Nice one.
Scott
21 Feb 2009 12:46PM
super image.ray
BERTRAM 12 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2009 1:19PM
Nice shot,well taken.
Dave
shandoor 12 1 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2009 2:43PM
Lovely shot very well taken super reflection
Alexa
maggie9 12 45 2 Scotland
21 Feb 2009 4:27PM
cropping and exposure very good Smile
janty66 13 3 England
22 Feb 2009 8:14PM
lovely shot..
MrsS 14 4.5k 18 England
23 Feb 2009 9:24PM
Hi Danny, welcome to EPZ and the Junior Gallery.

What a fabulous first image! Looks like Joe has been teaching you well - - he's going to have to lock away his kit soon, just in case your images get better than his! Wink

Fran x
Section Editor, Junior Gallery
Wilmot 12 338 1 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2009 8:30AM
Cracking image Danny
Steve
sparrowhawk Plus
12 282 2 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2009 8:42AM
excellent shot beautiful reflections
8 Mar 2009 9:14AM
Well done Danny. You are a lucky brother. Great first picture. Keep that camera in your hand and we look forward to more work from you.
Paula
prabhusinha 13 5 5 India
8 Mar 2009 4:01PM
You are lucky, we begin with a AGFA Isolette IV in 1955, & you have,EOS 10D.You will reach the moon.
DEK4 12 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2010 3:55PM
Thanks for all votes and comments!

Glad you like it!

Danny

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