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gajewski Plus
12 10 9 United States
14 Dec 2005 8:48PM
Fantastic detail. -=Walter

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Shaun_W 11 102
14 Dec 2005 10:52PM
Well captured shot and great detail.

ericfaragh Plus
13 138 4 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2005 1:12AM
Nice capture, unusual and colourful bird.
jan 1 Plus
12 12 Netherlands
15 Dec 2005 1:53AM
Howzit Lourens.
Dankie vur deze baie mooie foto. Pragtig plaatje.
Uploading inbetween packing?
Dont forget your camera with enough cards.
Maar meer belangryk is een dikke jas. Het is een beetjie kou hier.!
Have a great time.
15 Dec 2005 2:57AM
Thanks all for the positive input.
Hi Jan - dankie - stem saam oor die kaarte.
15 Dec 2005 3:31AM
lovely capture very sharp and clear well done

15 Dec 2005 4:05AM
I really love this, Lourens! What a fantastic bird and positively stunning capture! Very well done!!! :o) Krys
tmann Plus
12 4 2 United States
15 Dec 2005 5:29AM
Great color!
Great detail!
What a shot!
What a beautiful bird.Great capture
15 Dec 2005 7:11PM
Judy what a beauty of a capture! Really nice colour on him that you've captured perfectly!

stay well
16 Dec 2005 2:27AM
Thanks all for your positive input. Lourens
davidbailie Plus
13 457 7 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2005 9:44AM
Like if Judy - would myself have added a 'twinkle' to the eye Smile

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Happy New Year! Smile
georg Plus
12 4 South Africa
9 Jan 2006 9:03AM
Pragtige foto.
suregork Plus
12 33 1 Finland
3 Sep 2006 4:50PM
you've captured a beautiful bird, and done a good job capturing sharpness and details. Only thing I can think of which would improve the shot would be to shoot it in portrait instead, as the landscape orientation gives a lot of empty space on the left, and the bird seems a bit crammed. I hope you understand what I'm trying to say Smile.. Otherwise a nice capture.
3 Sep 2006 8:12PM
Hi Kristoffer - yes thank you I do - unfortunatly he flew after this shot - no time for another and to take a portrait one. Thanks for the comment - appreciated.

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