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pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
31 May 2008 8:40PM
of course it works love the way you have presented this image - we have loads of starlings in the garden at the moment I can hardly keep up with feeding them

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31 May 2008 8:47PM
Thanks Ann,
we have them in our garden too, they like to bathe on the edge of the fiish pond
Steve
mattberry Plus
12 259 14 England
31 May 2008 8:50PM
Afraid I must disagree with Ann and say it doesn't work. The Starling looks like its either floating in mid air or is a stuffed / dead bird.

Theres nothing wrong with the shot of the bird itself though, just IMHO the presentation doesn't work. I'd prefer to see it either inside its frame or without one altogether, and on a perch.

Regards
Matt
31 May 2008 8:55PM
Moving out of the frame.
31 May 2008 9:03PM
Works beautifully.
Myra
Paddy Plus
14 254 8 England
31 May 2008 9:33PM
ha ha very clever .. love the work SmileP
Bob_V Plus
9 1 2 United States
31 May 2008 9:36PM
Very different, I like it.
Bob
This is bold. As to whether it works or not, well that really is a subjective thing. What would be unthinkable with a rare bird can be perfectly acceptable with something as common as a starling.
Good on you for experimenting.
Smile Lucy
vagabond Plus
10 39 1 Wales
1 Jun 2008 10:26AM
Very sharp and nicely exposed picture of a starling. I like the idea but think it may work better if the legs remained in the frame and only the head overlapped the B/G as if it were emerging from the frame (reducing the 'stuck on' effect).
Jeff.
2 Jun 2008 1:36PM
Hi Steve,

Great image but nowhere near as effective as Flight of Freedom. The bird really needs to rest on something for it to work. I agree with Vagabond's comments.
great shot - love the presenatation - how do you do it

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