Young Alligator

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  1. DanV1317

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    Saw this while i was walking through the mangroves in Naples, FL. This was my first time trying out my new sigma 70-200. I am really new to photography, so i was still doing some practicing working with the bright sunlight and different shadows casted by the trees or the grass along the mangroves. Helpful criticism is appreciated. Thanks
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    Isn't there a rule with aligator that if you see a young, the mother isn't too far behind?

    I don't like the tennis ball in there, other then a relation to the size of the little guy.
     
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    Ha, i never even noticed the tennis ball there. There are alot of older people who play tennis there. That kind of sucks, ruins the picture now that i see it. You shouldn't have pointed it out, it would have made me feel better about the picture!
     
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    It seems overexposed for my taste. I think I may have actually underexposed this on by -2/3 (along with one @ +/- 0EV). It looks like mid-day so it may be the harsh lighting messing with my eyes. It just doesn't seem as though the gator stands out in the picture enough for me that's all.
     

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