No reflections on this one

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  1. Damien

    Damien TPF Noob!

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    I hope you enjoy this photo of a leopard that I took more than a year ago. I'm afraid its fur is not conducive to capturing a reflaection of the photographer but I think its quite photogenic in its own right :wink:

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  2. JadeaDragon

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    Nice! I love the big cats.

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    Heh, that looks ok, even without a reflection. :lol:

    Jim
     
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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    wow
    thats a gorgeous shot!
    beautiful damien

    so whats this reflection talk? you manage to get your mug in the reflection of bug backs or something Jim?
     
  5. Damien

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    Thanks for the compliments Jade, Jim and Manda.

    As you now realise Manda the reflections comment followed on from Jim's photo where he showed his reflection in an ant. I added a shot that I did of a silver ring where there were multiple reflections of me and my accomplice (who was shining a light on the ring). I thought it was a cool shot but it was totally unsuitable for its intended purpose. I just thought it would be nice to post an image in which the photographer was not visible :wink:
     
  6. MDowdey

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    nice shot damien!


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  7. Damien

    Damien TPF Noob!

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    Thanks MD but this ones far less popular than the butterflies. I suppose there is less opportunity to tease members about the subject matter. :)
     

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