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Thank you to everyone who has looked and commented on my images, really appreciated... I look forward to further critique as I upload.
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  • What's Up There?

    Beautiful capture
    • 12 Mar 2017 10:55AM
  • Baby Lowland Gorilla

    Beautiful capture!
    • 6 Jan 2017 12:42PM
  • Motherly Protection

    Fantastic capture!
    • 4 Jan 2017 12:55PM
  • Rain is coming

    • 4 Jan 2017 11:06AM
  • Matriarch

    This is absolutely superb!
    • 9 Sep 2015 9:25PM

    I can see what you mean Pamela with the first image. I forgot to state that the images were to be seen individually in sequence to each other, and yes had to be 4 images. Way out of my comfort zone, but very enjoyable to do. Thank you for your time and mod.
    • 3 Apr 2014 11:04PM
  • Splash it all over

    Great detail, brilliant capture.
    • 2 Apr 2014 8:50PM
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  • Thank your for the compliment on my lioness photo... DZP is Dartmoor Zoological Park, set a few miles outside of Plymouth in Devon.
    • Posted on MikeRC's profile
    • 2 Oct 2009 9:53PM
  • Brilliantly caught action!
  • You have some very unique and powerful images in your portfolio. FANTASTIC!
    • Posted on Cole's profile
    • 17 Nov 2008 12:42PM
  • I have uploaded the uncropped image of 'Nellie the Elephant'. Be interested in your comments... Many thanks
    • Posted on banehawi's profile
    • 10 Nov 2008 10:52AM
  • Thank you for the modification of my Mountain Gorilla... The original image was much brighter causing the greenery in the background to be too bright like a lime green. I took this image just over 2 years ago when I had very little experience of using a camera... so I was in a panic to what settings and lens to use! Pity its probably a one off experience 'cos would love to do it again, especially with more photography knowledge behind me.