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Who Knew I Could Fly?

By drizzle
I really don't like this picture very much, but I decided to add it since it's the on bird picture I do have. I also find it slightly interesting, since you can see this pigeon looking down and even spot the detail of his feet touching the wire. Not the best picture around, but I wouldn't call it terrible. I think it might look better if I crop out the bottom wires, but I'll let you guys decide that. Feel free to give critique!

Tags: General Wildlife and nature

Voters: NDODS, KarenFB, Carabosse


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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 5:23AM
A very nice photograph, well captured. Just one little thing, try to keep everything straight, which I must admit is not always possible.

Regards Nathan

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KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
31 Aug 2012 7:07AM
I really like this shot! I think I would rotate it anti-clockwise slightly (to straighten the pole) and I would crop off the lower wires, but that is just down to personal taste and everyone will differ! I like the way the bird is isolated on the wire and the fact you have it high up on the image - well seen and caught!
drizzle 3 7 United States
1 Sep 2012 6:38AM

Quote:I really like this shot! I think I would rotate it anti-clockwise slightly (to straighten the pole) and I would crop off the lower wires, but that is just down to personal taste and everyone will differ! I like the way the bird is isolated on the wire and the fact you have it high up on the image - well seen and caught!


I think I will try that! Thank you!

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