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PeelNStick 18 4 United States
27 Mar 2009 4:19PM
Interesting pose for that animal. Good capture.
davey_griffo 13 213 165 England
27 Mar 2009 4:34PM
Well caught. Beautiful study, you can see every hair on the ape, & every blade of grass in sharp detail. You've also managed not to lose the apes face in the shadow, still lots of detail.

If I may just add a critique, it would be that you need to straighten the shot up. The lines are leaning ever so slightly to the right.

Personally I'd lose a bit of the stripey background too. Please don't lose any of the width though, as I love this type of shot. You captured not only your subject, but it's environment, & by doing so, show it in context. I don't think a "widescreen" format would detract from the subject.

Just so's I'm not ending on a negative comment, & cos I want you to know, you got my vote!
31 Mar 2009 6:31PM
Lovely capture Fran...agree with Davey though...if this was mine I'd probably letterbox the image, to give the animal a bit more impact.
Gill
Mikelane 15 1 Wales
1 Apr 2009 5:02PM
Excellent capture fran well done regards
Mike
barbarahirst 14 27 12 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2009 9:16AM
What a great capture
Yoga????
Certainly looks like it to me
Techno Plus
14 6.8k 8 England
10 May 2009 8:58PM
Delightful..

Mal
maggie9 14 45 2 Scotland
24 Aug 2009 7:51AM
........ ommmm.....

Smile

a beautiful image and gorgeous fur

maggie
User_Removed 18 16 1 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2009 10:40AM
it certainly looks all arms & legs, I wonder what it thinks of it's reflection in the pool?

di
PattiW 17 24 2 United States
23 Oct 2009 2:57PM
Love its expression. I think it is meditating! Super capture, God bless, Patti
27 Dec 2009 4:37PM
Great capture.
Christine
MickS 17 23 14 England
3 Jan 2010 11:09AM
Watcha Fran,
well, nice little starting page, the zoo pics are fine, especially that mandarin, but I love, Waiting for the Tide; it's about time we saw some more stuff from you.
best
Mick
gingerdelight 16 298 11 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2010 9:03AM
A great study - well captured.
Carol
milky 19 5 Wales
3 Feb 2010 9:45AM
nice shot -----milky
Mavis 20 143 2 England
18 Feb 2010 8:16PM
Perhaps looking at his reflection . If it were mine I would feel inclined to chop some off the uninteresting background .
brownsilent 15 7 2 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2010 1:24PM
Ha, ha, ha... great image and great title. Apart from this, I agree with Davey Griffo.
Johanna
EAS 13 1 13 Scotland
23 Feb 2010 9:58AM
You made me smile. My best friend is a Yoga teacher, just have to let her see this one!

Ann
Silverzone 15 2 England
13 Apr 2010 3:57PM
She seems to be mesmerised by her reflection in the water. Very constructive critique by Dav Griffo. Sylvia
Carrie_1 12 2 6 Wales
5 Jun 2010 8:37AM
Superb capture.
Caroline
Richsr 15 91 223 England
30 Sep 2010 3:55PM
Good details and tones in this Fran, do agree about changing the back ground though.
Regards Richard
Mike_Smith Plus
15 949 2 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2010 8:13PM
Great image
23 Jan 2011 10:36PM
Super capture, Lotus posture definitely Wink Very well taken.
Dave.

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