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  • Clouded Leopard

    Babara, excellent spot, it is indeed Harry!
    • 17 Jun 2009 10:08PM
  • Toucan

    Thank you for the lovely comments everyone!
    • 3 Jun 2009 8:30PM
  • Growling Leopard

    It is indeed! He got a bit angry with someone for making noises at him, they were petrified!
    Thank you for the nice comments
    • 15 May 2009 9:29PM
  • Roots

    An interesting subject, but for me I don't know that this shot properly does it justice. I think that the roots are impressive because they are such an important part of this massive tree. As a consequence I think maybe both should be in shot. A nice low viewpoint with your lens as wide as it would go, and aimed up to include the whole tree would still focus attention on the roots in the foreground, but put them in more context. The wide angle would make the tree look a lot smaller with massive roots.
    An interesting shot though, good stuff.
    • 19 Oct 2008 3:48PM
  • Smith bay - WA

    An interesting crop, but for me it leaves too many things in the frame unfinished. Most noticeably the trees beyond the building, I think having these included would have kept the viewers eye in the image that little bit longer.
    Also, maybe a depth of field which included everything from foreground to background would have worked better, alternatively on only the building. But for me the DoF here is neither of these and suffers for it.
    Good work though, thats just my opinion.
    • 19 Oct 2008 3:42PM
  • Buzzard in flight

    Thank you everybody for your votes and nice comments. My first photo to get into the Readers Choice Gallery! Woop!
    • 14 Sep 2008 8:28PM
  • The House that Moved

    I'll have to give it a visit!
    • 14 Sep 2008 11:48AM
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