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Red Shoveller

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f5, ISO 400, 1/400sec

Taken on a bright day whilst lying down on a set of boards which allowed me to get this really low down shot of him.
Personally I think its faults are being a little too central and the whites are overexposing on his head, even after a brush over with the burn tool. A shot from before I started to use exposure compensation during the day - and yet still a shot I am proud of.
ps - range to him was close, only a few feet.

Tags: Duck Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

Voters: Shroomer, stevieasp, mdiniz and 5 more

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Shroomer 11 14 167 England
4 Jul 2008 2:11PM
I actually like the central positioning in wildlife, if you look at mine you will see. Great to see the low angle and a good capture

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stevieasp 11 7 England
4 Jul 2008 2:35PM
Nice shot, i like the low angle and the beak ( bill ? ) in the water adds to the movement,

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