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MickyMc 8 8 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2007 11:27AM
Extremely beautiful
Mavis

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Cabit 9 104 England
4 Dec 2007 11:32AM
Magical image, great work.
Dave
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
4 Dec 2007 12:00PM
surely not another one

:-p
riprap007 11 1.6k 37 England
4 Dec 2007 12:01PM
prefer this crop, far more fitting Smile
csurry 14 9.2k 92
4 Dec 2007 12:22PM

Quote:Prefer this crop, far more fitting


You do realise that this is a far bigger owl Smile

Cheers all.

Pete, cheque's in the post!
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
4 Dec 2007 12:47PM
As much as I love the owl, the surrounding details lifts this for me. Love the detail in the lichen and the barbed wire too ... congrats on yet another EC Wink
Phil_Morgan 10 182 1 Wales
4 Dec 2007 12:50PM
Stunning as ever. Congrats on yet another EC. Have you a mailing list for your workshops? If so please put my name on it and let me know when they come up. All within a couple of hours of me.

Phil.
Rob_Taylor 12 660 5 Wales
4 Dec 2007 12:53PM
It's a beautiful owl, perfectly composed, I love the complimentary colours and natural setting ....but to be honest, to me this appears to lack the sharpness and detail of some of your other shots, especially your 'little owl' shots.
Still excellent though Smile
Rob

Looking again now, it's sharp where it counts - the eyes and beak but the feathers are not, maybe it's shallow DOF and what you intended, congrats on the EC by the way.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
4 Dec 2007 1:13PM
Phil I'll PM you!

Robert (bobsy) I was experimenting or rather learning to trust the lens to work at f/4. Trying not to stop it down and lose shutter speed or introduce too much background, which was very busy with autumn colours and branches.

f/4 probably not enough for the perfect shot as the owl is quite chunky and therefore in relative terms of this lens and distance from the owl, the face is far enough in front of the gate to put them on different planes. So face sharp, gate not so.

Possibly did not sharpen this exactly as discussed previously. Was originally processed in October, just never got around to uploading it.

Thanks everyone.
Cheryl
wheresjp 8 102 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2007 1:31PM
Love it.........
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
4 Dec 2007 3:39PM
Stunning capture well deserved EC

Brian..................................
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
4 Dec 2007 5:52PM
I'm tired now...all this voting is not good for me Wink
Janet
fishy2 8
4 Dec 2007 6:11PM
superb shot
csurry 14 9.2k 92
4 Dec 2007 6:26PM
Sorry Janet Smile

Thanks everyone.
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
4 Dec 2007 8:01PM
I was looking at this and thinking that I could not decide if the barbed wire is a good thing here. Then I saw the EC. LOL - So much for my foray into wildlife photographic judging! Regardless, it's a winner.

Patrick
alwolf 9 341 3 England
4 Dec 2007 8:18PM
Great image, superb detail.
alan
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2007 11:30PM
The EC says it all.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
5 Dec 2007 8:59AM
At least you got the spelling right this time! Wink
jasonewell 11 34 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2007 9:37PM
Has to get my vote Cheryl, gorgeous shot.
Jason
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2007 3:56PM
So cute and a gorgeous shot. Guessing you'll be troubling Janet for a long while to come.
Tim
wyatturp 10 2 England
16 Dec 2007 6:18PM
Great picture

DougSmile

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