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18 Jan 2010 7:00AM
Fantastic close-up Ron - great shot

Chris

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A_Harrison 15 261 Canada
18 Jan 2010 7:07AM
All images to be very proud of and I can see why you want to post more Ron My favorite is mother and infant.

Allan
mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.7k 2093 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 7:12AM
I'm not an 'animal pics' person generally but your images see more, and make me want to know more. This series is providing a very valuable picture of a parallel culture to ours, and the picture is building up cumulatively. So whatever you decide to upload next, these recent uploads have benefitted from being placed together in a bloc.
Moira
QuinnyA 10 59 Australia
18 Jan 2010 7:21AM
If the quality of the images are good, and yours are, I see no reason why you should not post them.
As Moira has pointed out - it is a great education tool for the rest of the world seeing images of wild animals, especially some that we may not even consider as endangered. - Great Shot would love to see a Mono version - Andy
MandsH 12 England
18 Jan 2010 8:02AM
SUperb shot, so much expression captured in his eyes
Mandy
18 Jan 2010 8:17AM
I have really enjoyed these images, Ron, and enjoyed them as a series, fascinating subjects, intelligently captured, Adrian
dmhuynh72 11 44 3 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 9:42AM
It is really an award winning series Ron and I am so surprised you haven't picked at least one HC/EC yet.

I have awarded you my UA for your "together" image.

regards
Yung
baclark 10 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 10:08AM
Such intensity and clarity of gaze Ron. Superb shot, these would make a compelling book. I'm are enjoying this series very much indeed. So it's up to you..... I await with baited breath the rest of Japan though. (Say Hi to your beloved for me!)
Barbara
MickS 14 23 14 England
18 Jan 2010 10:21AM
Watcha Ron,
good crop but I prefer the portrait. I'm wondering if the great Japanese artist, Hokusai, ever went and drew these, often his sketch book drawings of people at work display simian characteristics.


Quote:It is really an award winning series Ron and I am so surprised you haven't picked at least one HC/EC yet.


I agree, but, Pete so often looks at pics with his eyes closed, even his own, that often deserve editor awardsSmile

They are all excellent pics, and look good in a set; however, I think I would have preferred to see them as variants, on several uploads, they could have then been seen more as if on a gallery wall where the viewer can, easily, swap from one pic to another?
best
Mick
User_Removed 16 39 6 Scotland
18 Jan 2010 12:14PM
Great crop on this shot
NevP 14 853 13 Canada
18 Jan 2010 1:33PM
I love the tight composition here Ron, it brings it all home for me. My fave so far.
TyChee 14 275 1 United States
18 Jan 2010 1:41PM
Excellent crop!
Ty
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
18 Jan 2010 2:26PM
It is so true, the eyes say so much. I love this portrait, love the crop and almost forget it is a primate. ............Sandy
paulb20 Plus
13 12 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 4:28PM
The eyes say it all, Ron. Hope there's more to come.
Paul
forestfotos 10 4 3 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 4:30PM
Sheer delightful Ron.
Scaramanga 11 60 6 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 4:58PM
Really like the crop.
rontear Plus
16 19 8 England
18 Jan 2010 7:05PM
Thank you all for the replies, joining the debate. Extremely interesting reading and positive completely. More Macaque's tomorrow then. Ron.
alansnap 15 577 26 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 9:20PM
They're a fabulous series Ron, I can see why you enjoy them.
Alan
Mynett 11 142 6 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 9:34PM
I love them and this is a window to the soul indeed....

Linda
maggieh 11 4 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 11:45PM
I love these images too. They are slightly unsettling because they make me feel a great empathy with these relations(?).
maggie
Camairish 14 1.4k Scotland
19 Jan 2010 12:10AM
Pin sharp eyes again with very narrow depth of field, wonderful,

Ian.
helena 15 134 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2010 11:42AM
They certainly do. A fantastic image, great work,
Tara x

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