Tiger in the mist (Backyard Safari)

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Another in my Backyard Safari series. I revisited the tiger, this time with a little dry ice that I got from work.

India revisited:

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C&C always welcome. Also, any ideas for future shots would be appreciated.
 

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Desi.... nice! You got really creative on this.. good stuff!
 
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thanks. Having a blast with these.

Went to the store yesterday and picked up an action figure.....I think someone will be getting eaten soon
 

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I think a little too bright and obvious and too much room at teh top.

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Thank you for that edit, Lew. I think you really put in a greater feel of menace.

Love it
 

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I tried to match the look to the desired impression.
Too much detail makes it too obvious.
Too much light is counter to the feeling of dread.
 

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