Started by Tony Jay, May 30, 2012, 04:41:44 am
Quote from: Colorado David on June 08, 2012, 11:15:39 pmSince as of yet there is nothing beyond the level of Senior Member, I can't reach the conclusion that this thread has descended into mere post count enhancement. But you could have fooled me.
Quote from: Tony Jay on June 08, 2012, 04:30:47 pmRay it is possible that it is a juvenile Nankeen Night Heron since the image is rather front on.Nonetheless the Nankeen and Bittern are very closely related species as evidenced by their similar beak and body shape.RegardsTony Jay
Quote from: Isaac on June 08, 2012, 11:43:29 pmYou should of course hope for better, but there's abundant evidence in other LL discussions that the self-amusement of a few will clog every topic.
Quote from: Jim Pascoe on June 06, 2012, 02:40:52 pmWell, I think you know what I mean. As I said, it is just down to what the photographer wants to do really. They decide what to show - the viewer decides if they like the image or not. Simple.
Quote from: Colorado David on June 09, 2012, 12:08:38 am... after the first page of a topic, the discussion can move off in any direction.
Quote from: Colorado David on June 09, 2012, 12:08:38 amI'm on another forum that acknowledges the Page Two Rule; after the first page of a topic, the discussion can move off in any direction. Now, I'm going to shut up lest anyone think I'm trying to enhance my own post count.
QuoteActually , I just wish it had been me shooting this bird on the banks of the Daintree River!
Quote from: LesPalenik on June 09, 2012, 05:06:40 amActually, I wish it had been me shooting the other bird on that log.
Quote from: Tony Jay on June 09, 2012, 03:46:54 amActually , I just wish it had been me shooting this bird on the banks of the Daintree River!
Quote from: LesPalenik on June 09, 2012, 08:03:28 amThe other problem with this image is that it is somewhat unbalanced. You might consider adding a Bittern to the left side. Or the aforementioned Yeti.
Quote from: LesPalenik on June 09, 2012, 04:49:00 pmI like the scene with kangoroo, it works for me. The animal looks very realistic, almost alive. You are to be complemented that as a true artist, you didn't stretch or warp the poor animal. Big fellow, but all animals living in that environment develop thick and heavy coat.Ray, you were very lucky to be in that place when he jumped out on the trail. And even the composition is pure and perfect as his long tail on the left edge leads the viewer gently into the scene. Mind you, the mountains in the background could benefit by some dodging and enhanced lighting, but that would be distortion of the reality.
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