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  • Thirsty Kudu antelope by Prizm

    This image of a kudu was taken at a water hole in the Chobe National Park in Botswana and was taken from an open safari vehicle.
    It was observing our vehicle to make sure that we didn't get any closer Wink
    Regards Kees
    • 5 Nov 2021 11:12AM
  • Scarce Merveille Du Jour by pamelajean

    Love this image as the colours complement one another, but what I enjoy observing most is the pin sharp hairs against the green coloured and buttersoft bokeh background which really brings the moth caterpillar to the foreground and is in focus where it needs to be through the chosen dof, well done Pamelajean.

    Cheers,
    Kees Zonneveld
    • 3 Nov 2021 8:07AM
  • The Fruit Bowl by Prizm

    Yes Willie it was for the general gallery only Wink

    Kind regards,

    Kees
    • 29 Sep 2021 3:52AM
  • White tulips by Prizm

    Hi Chase, thanks for your positive critique, it's much appreciated and you're right I've lightened the vase slightly and it has now taken it more to the foreground and has come away from the bg, thanks again from Down Under.

    Cheers Kees
    • 19 Sep 2021 12:07AM
  • Trunk calls by Prizm

    Nope, its not California but, you can find this spot in Australia in the Otways Beech Forest in the state of Victoria. One can take a drive down the well known Great Ocean Road toward Apollo Bay and venture inland towards the Beech Forest where those tall Californian redwoods can be found. Californian redwood trees are indigenous to coastal California and the southwestern corner of Oregon in the US - so how on Earth did they end up way over here in Australia? The story goes that redwoods were planted down the coast in the Great Otway National Park in the 1930 as a softwood logging experiment, but since there's great fertile foil and great water supply in the Otways, these treet have grown rapidly over the last 90 or so years, however the ferns underneath them are native to Australia.
    • 21 May 2021 12:51AM
  • Feeding time by Prizm

    I never thought that I would get such a response for the 'Feeding time' image and I greatly appreciated the comments and awards.
    It was fun setting-up the prop in my back courtyard and getting the right composition for the shot.
    Many thanks to all ePhotozine enthusiasts.

    P.S. Photography is Fun!

    Cheers Kees
    • 30 Nov 2019 2:20AM
  • Bottle Brush flower by Prizm

    G'day Britchie, thanks a lot mate for the award and your nice words about the bottle brush, its much appreciated.
    Noticed quite a few recognizable images in your superb portfolio and it looks like we're both enjoying the great outdoors in our own backyard, good on you mate.

    Cheers Kees,
    Melbourne
    • 5 Jan 2019 1:56AM
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