A&P Todays photos

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  1. Dogz

    Dogz interior crocodile moderator

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    A few from a walk in the park today, not my best but what the heck, critism welcome:

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    This isnt a great photo, im gonna keep going back until the chicks are starting to develop better and when they have there eyes open, just thought it was pretty cool:

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    i like the first one, would like to see the head od the bird focused more but still cool
     
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    Yeah, it was kinda outta the way of everyone and when i walked round a secluded corner and saw it, it saw me and started to get a bit pissy so snapped as many as i dare and got as close as i dare then made a hasty get away :)

    I was thinking about zooming and cropping the first one but it kinda gives an idea of the plume size, was in two minds.
     
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    i ike the first one because you see the entire bird, maybe if it was a bit bigger so you could get a better view of the birds head it would rock,


    do you still have the original uncropped, can you post that one
     
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    yeah but not much difference, ill just resize it ;)
     
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    Its a shame its a 500k limit on OT uploads, i always seem to loose alot of quality :(

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    i think i like it better this way there is more to look at, and the door behind the bird ads to the picture, doesn't seem to confined
     
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    I agree in retrospect, thanks :)
     
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    I like the uncropped version of the first one. Good capture. The texture of the door really contrasts with the bird. :eek3: Theres nothing like that at our parks here. :squintd:

    Cropping a little bit of the bottom off where theres little rocks/dirt instead of the stone might help a little bit. But overall nice capture. :eek3:
     
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    wurd
     
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    How come your parks are so much cooler than ours? Not.Fair.
     
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    Well im sayin a park..and it is but its in the middle of the city.

    The city where i live (york) has a very historical background from viking to roman to tudor ect ect. This park is only small but it has a museum, a tudor building and the remains of a church/cathedral and the remains of the wall that circles the entire city (roman period). It also has a river running through it.

    If you like architecture (sp?) then york definatley has lots of photo opportunities.
     

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