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kel55 3 8 United Kingdom
26 May 2013 8:18AM
Nothing sweet about this creature , good capture but maybe could have been a bit sharper around the face , will let you off though as you were probably shaking with fear as you pressed the button .Kel

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philhomer 5 59 32 England
26 May 2013 9:44AM
it is not always possible / easy but whenever practical take the image when the head/face is in the light - here the eye is drawn away from the face to the back of the head / back as it is lighter
tamasalucy 5 153 United Kingdom
26 May 2013 10:27AM

Quote:It is not always possible / easy but whenever practical take the image when the head/face is in the light - here the eye is drawn away from the face to the back of the head / back as it is lighter

Quote:Nothing sweet about this creature , good capture but maybe could have been a bit sharper around the face , will let you off though as you were probably shaking with fear as you pressed the button .Kel

HI Kel and Phil
Thanks for your comments this photo I had to compromise action for quality and light in my portfolio there is another photo of this Honey badger better quality but lacking the drama. I suppose timing is everything in taking these type of shots.

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