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Tucked Away

By Pirate_Chris  
A photo of my Red Bellied Slider Turtle called Cornelius I apologise for the blurriness I pushed my lens right to the limit taking photos of my turtles as there so small and I wanted to get all the incredible detailing around their head and necks.

Critique Wanted so dont hold back.
Ive been told that turning my lesne the other way round it will function as suitable macro havnt tried it yet but has anyone else tried this? or got any other useful tips that would help?

Tags: Black and white Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature Turtle reptile amphibian

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Wibbles 9 1 England
2 Nov 2007 2:54PM
It's a real shame it's out of focus. Otherwise a very cute shot, finished nicely with the border/title... Smile

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1 Dec 2007 9:32PM
Yellow Bellied Slider Turtles - very cute, I have photos that Itook of my yellow bellied slider turtle which I shall upload tomorrow!
1 Dec 2007 9:32PM
Sorry I have just realised it's a red bellied slider turtle hehe apologies!.. but it looks just like mine!

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