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Bird on a Wire

By crazylady
as seen on the way to work one day.....

have also added the inverted version of this, think I prefer the first - what do you think???

Tags: Black and white Wildlife and nature

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posty57 8 6 2 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2012 1:55PM
I love V1. So simple , but striking.

Barry

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sable 8 9 7 England
24 Feb 2012 1:58PM

Quote:I love V1. So simple , but striking.

Barry



my thoughts entirely - Elizabeth xx
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
24 Feb 2012 3:06PM
Found one of my Starlings Wink Hazel.
Ron.
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2012 3:23PM
Very good. V1 is my favorite. IB
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3492 Canada
24 Feb 2012 4:49PM
Leonard Cohen would approve of any of the three. I like V1, but V2 is also interesting, - could well be seen on an album cover.



regards


Willie
24 Feb 2012 5:05PM
Many thanks to you all, glad you approve!
paulbroad 9 114 1045 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2012 5:32PM
I like the idea here and don't need the bird larger. I would crop the bottom to just below the bottom wire, then, as with v3, add a sky - but a rather more dramatic one. I shoot stock sky shots and keep them in a 'stock' folder. I have hundreds.

Paul
24 Feb 2012 6:42PM
Hadn't considered cropping, but this is something to try & keep in mind for the future too
27 Feb 2012 2:56PM
Nice simple image I like V1, here is an idea for you, add another couple of wires and clone the bird and copy to create musical notes made out of birds, would work with V2 as well, V3 could probably do with a crop though Smile

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