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tomcat 14 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2008 9:42AM
nope!!!!
Thats the way he was

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Maiwand 13 3 73 England
18 Jun 2008 9:48AM
I am agin cloning except and unless it is absolutely necessary. Lets see it like it is!!
Great shot.
Ron
18 Jun 2008 10:00AM
A very good natural shot.
No need to get rid of the blade of grass. It's part of the natural setting. JNC
VIKI 13 18 1 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2008 10:36AM
I don't think it needs cloning out. It's a great piccie.
Viki
Bumpkin 12 59 Virgin Islands, U.S.
18 Jun 2008 11:42AM
Just fantastic, so sharp and great colour
Deb
18 Jun 2008 12:08PM
Great image with super detail, ithink I would have cloned the tail over the grass but its a minor point imop.
Chris
cameracat 16 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
18 Jun 2008 12:19PM
Super image.....!
kencbr 13 4 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2008 1:44PM
nice and natural thats the way to go, great shot
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
18 Jun 2008 1:53PM
No cloning, this is great as a natural shot, Jennnnnn
casson 13 3 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2008 2:06PM
I think it is more natural with the grass across the tail
john
chuckspics 13 14 United States
18 Jun 2008 4:52PM
BESIDES WHAT WOULD YOU DO WHEN ITS GONE, SMOKE IT, HA, NICE SHOT, CHUCK
User_Removed 12 78 1 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2008 6:24PM
Nice shot as is

Dave
daffydill56 16 190 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2008 9:10AM
I agree with everyone else, leave the cloning. This is how it was seen and photographed, and best left .

A lovely sharply detailed image it is too btw.

Fran
Julian 15 76 3 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2008 11:18AM
Cute and dangerous
Julian
bzbee 15 108 3 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2008 6:46PM
very well presented - grass is fine!! Pleased to be no. 30
jove 11 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2008 7:58PM
Well done, lovely capture.
Joe.
digiray63 12 4 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2008 10:06PM
Great shot and the grass adds interest.
Ray
21 Jun 2008 7:49PM
Superb shot. Sylvia
pluckyfilly 13 351 33 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2008 4:35PM
no more cloning needed its great as it is
2 Jul 2008 8:39PM
wicked shot
piccy 13 8 Wales
10 Jul 2008 2:33PM
I like it as it is, lovely shot.
Freda
Simon_Whitehouse 15 769 5 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2008 8:51PM
Leave well alone, it works just fine.

Si
Foxfire 15 322 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2008 12:08PM
This is a great shot of the weasel, stunning.

No, I would not have cloned the blade of grass out, it looks natural, It shown the animal in a natural environment, as if you just stumbled upon it.

This shot tells a story about the animal and its habitat, although it was photographed in a captive environment
fwatts 12
30 Sep 2008 10:19PM
cracking photo mate well done
19 Nov 2009 10:46PM
This is a nice shot and i think the photo should stay the way it has been taken. Peter.

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