Old Green Eyes

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  1. *Bob*

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    Not sure about the dark background

    I'm more like a "contrast guy" (-;

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    I think it's cool - my first impression is WOW! great detail
     
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    Nicely composed shot. Awesome.
     
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    wow! wonderful shot.. beautifully exposed :thumbsup:
    thanks for sharing :D
     
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    I love portraits like this. Very dramatic.
    Exposure looks spot on.
     
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    Very nice. This is an unusual vision of a bird and is a stunning image.
     
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    Wow, I have never seen anything LIKE THIS! WOW!

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    WoW,
    Thanks for the kind words guys.
    This would have been the better shot but he snapped his head back to quickly for me to reframe, and I cut his beak off. AAArrrggghhh!!


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    The detail in both of those shots is just outstanding!
     
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    Wow, I have looked at the first pic a few times, I have seen and taken a few pics of Cormorants, but usually thought that the bird was kind of ugly looking in photos, but I like them when I see them with my eyes. You have really captured a very different side. I had also wondered if the one you showed in your first shot was live or stuffed? because the green in the eye was so perfect I thought it might have been a taxedermy eye, but your second post answers that question. Both shots are spectacular, even if he/she moved out of the frame. Thank you very much for posting these.

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    Ouch - it looks like you did a good job of gluing it back together :D
     

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