Admit it, you want one

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  1. lostprophet

    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    some more from yesterday

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    OK, I do. They are very, very, VERY cute! What are they? You are in the UK after all, and these look so Australian! Like a kangaroo-variety of sorts. Where were you to find these? Did you not only go to the duck pond but also to the zoo?
     
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    Wallabys are small marsupials from the islands of Australia and Tasmania. Also much smaller than a Kangaroo.
     
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    very cool shots.. I might also say (very kindly) that the framing you are using dosen't help your photos.. it makes them relate to a snap-shot type exposure.. and your work is far from snapshots. Just my opinion.. and wondering if you might try something more formal, if you have a choice.
     
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    Do you mean the drop shadow border or the comp of the shots?
    I can change the border or even get rid of it, it's just that I started using it on my aviation shots and have keep it going.
     
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    cool critter... nice captures... :thumbup:
     
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    What cute little guys! How close were you able to get to them to take these pics?
     
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    I agree with Raymond, the framing you have added to your pictures subtracts from the overall appeal. These are excellent pictures and I can not wait to see more! And yes, I really do want one too! I have always loved wallabies!
     
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    I was about 2 meters away, watching it for about 5 minutes as it sat in the sun
     

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