That Detroit seagull again

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  1. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well, I posted in wildlife, but it is not really that wild ;)


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    love the shot, only don't like those poles coming out of the water. not sure if they're worth cloning tho
     
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    thanks, thought of the poles already. but it would be some work ;)
     
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    The poles do form a pattern as you venture down the pier and they are a fixture. I don't see an issue. I like the dots on the tail feathers and the band on the beak, very crisp. Nice shot.
     
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    thanks :)

    I have to admit, since the poles bothered me, I placed them symetrically to the pole on where the gull sits (oh, and on thirds actually ;) ).
     

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