Does this work? nature shot, obscured

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  1. RMThompson

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    So, when you don't have the ability to get close to nature, via feet or lens, is it accetable to try and frame the nature artistically?

    I didnt want to get too close to these little guys, as their mother was feeding them lizards! Which of these work, and which don't:

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    And just for fun, my crazy daughter impersonating the baby birds:

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  2. crownlaurel

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    I'm not an expert, but for my personal view, #1 is the better shot. I can see the babies waiting for their food. For #2 if I didn't know it was a bird's nest, I don't think I'd see it. The blurred leaf in the foreground is very distracting to me. In #3, maybe if you cropped out the front leaf?

    #4...she deserves a gummy worm for that pose...adorable.
     
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    #1 is the best, the other ones have too much crap in the way.

    The last one is great. It has a nice softness to it.
     

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