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KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
22 Aug 2006 5:42PM
A pity you chopped off the heads, but good on the bird, taking advantage of the people disturbing the fish! I'd have loved to have seen their expressions when they spotted it.

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John_Humphreys 11 69 2 Ireland
22 Aug 2006 5:51PM
A unique perspective Bill. Well done. John P.S. I'm not sure who the cheeky fellow is though. Could be a few interpretations on that.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
22 Aug 2006 6:05PM
Funny!

Jennnnnnn
thorn 13 124 2 Scotland
22 Aug 2006 6:31PM
Hi Bill,good shot of the bird swimming away without a care in the world,nice lighting,colour/tones and perspective.I wish i could see their expressions.they would say a million words.Take care.AnnSmile
foggytwo 14 36 1 Scotland
22 Aug 2006 8:15PM
The more the merrier Bill,like this great fun shot.Its certainly not afraid anyway,LOL.
Pete.
tonymarq 12 1 United States
23 Aug 2006 12:26AM
Bill love this as the little guy seems to be joining in! Has the expression of ,excuse me,has anyone seen my beach ball,lol! Good un!

stay well
tonymarq
23 Aug 2006 8:56AM
Nice candid shot Bill, colours are excellent. Must agree it's a pity we can't see the peoples faces. Even so, good shot.

Stuart
franken Plus
15 4.3k 4 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2006 4:44PM
Excellent candid!

Ken
GeorgeRusky 11 1 4
23 Aug 2006 9:47PM
Bill
Brother, why no faces?
Pity:-(
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george
Thank you for your comments
24 Aug 2006 7:07PM
Well spotted Billie these birds get everywhere, smashing shot, Adrian
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
27 Aug 2006 1:53PM
love the crop!!!
gajewski Plus
13 10 9 United States
29 Aug 2006 3:52PM
Bill, this would ordinarily be considered bad composition -- cutting off people's heads.
However -- it is PERFECT here, directing our attention to the bird. Very nice.
To answer your question "is the train coming or going?" -- I don't remember. I tried so many shots, experimenting with different settings but I never took note of which trains were inbound and which were outbound. -=Walter

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