Stop! Theif!

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  1. Dmitri

    Dmitri No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I wish it was from the front, but ya gets what ya gets.

    c&c always appreciated. :)

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    Well it made me smile ..nice capture its not always easy getting it perfect with animals..I wish they would pose..lol :)
     
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    That's one seriously ticked off seagull! I like how you can even see the sand it's kicking up. But with its beak cut off, and the goose's feet cut off, it has some defects. Like the previous poster said though, ya can't always get what you want with animal/bird pics.
     
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    Yeah, I knew there were imperfections. Honestly I was happy to have gotten a couple of things right but I knew the photo was no Blue Ribbon winner ;)

    But I had to post it. I found it too funny, the look on that birds face. I could almost hear him saying, "hey, that was mine!!" :lol:

    Thanks for the kind words, Poppy and Antarctican. :)
     
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    I like it a lot, a little bokeh in the background and the duck doesn't look a bit scared. Maybe a little image noise in the water?
     
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    Thanks Big Al! I'm sure the goose wasn't scared. He was much larger than the seagull :)
     

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