One More From Bristol Zoo

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  1. magicmonkey

    magicmonkey TPF Noob!

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    I can't decide if this is a good shot or not because of that damned blade of grass going right accross his face, makes it a bit of a no-no for me but I really like the rest of the shot. What do you think, keeper or should I bin it?

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    Thanks for looking, C&C welcome as always...
     
  2. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    the grass growing across his face adds a feeling that you took this photo from a hiding :) I like it! :D
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, definitely not really BIN this one. (I keep many of my photos, although those that I think are just "blah" or somehow not good enough for any showing at all). I agree with Mentos here: it looks like you had to sneak up on him (which you kind of did, didn't you?)
     
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    magicmonkey TPF Noob!

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    I'm not too sure about the sneaking up on him, this litteraly is feeding time at the zoo, I had to bump past a throng of parents and children to get this shot from between a couple of very large people!
     
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    Just remove the blade of grass from where it splits off to the yellow flower.
     

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