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Registered: November 2008
Posts: 860
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???? this might be a stretch - but I thought a little different and yinyang in Nature????

Taken in the sandhills - ranch country - north of our home.
Thanks, so much, to everyone for looking in to my gallery and special thanks to all who leave thoughts, ideas and comments. - Larry
Shutter Speed - 1/125
F-Stop - 2.7
ISO Speed - 250
Flash - No
Tripod - Monopod - No
Bean Bag - Yes
Free Neat Image - No
· Date: Sun March 1, 2009 · Views: 623 ·
Keywords: Animals-Wildlife
Camera Make / Model: Sony H2
Lens Make / Focal Length: Carl Zeiss 2.8-3.7/6-72
Filters / Type Used: No
Flash / Type Used: No
Event e.g. Grand Prix, Birthday, Sunrise: Sunrise - Wildlife
State / County / Area Image Taken: Callaway, Nebraska
Country Image Taken
United States of America
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Registered: February 2009
Posts: 15
Sun March 1, 2009 6:47pm

Good catch on the positioning of the deer Larry. As a thought you might crop really tight on this one though, maybe even in a square format. It does give a nature touch to the theme, and it works!


Registered: December 2008
Sun March 1, 2009 7:50pm

Hi Larry, this is a very beautiful shot with an almost painterly feel to it. Very nicely done

Registered: November 2008
Posts: 7
Mon March 2, 2009 11:46am

Hi Larry,

It does indeed look like a drawing - I will google someone who made drawings/paintings like this for you to have a look at - back in a moment:

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Just admired Wanda's and Julie's deer, you all sure are blessed to capture moments like this.

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Registered: November 2008
Posts: 157
Mon March 2, 2009 12:25pm

Hello there L2K lol

I hope you and Cindy had a good weekend. This shot is just deligthful I love the angles you have caught them at and yes indeed i think this works fine as a natural yinyang image

Thank you for posting
kind regards Helen

Registered: November 2008
Posts: 860
Mon March 2, 2009 12:40pm

Thanks, so much, for the comments. The road we were on divided a large Buck on our right and these three on our left. I have an image of one on our left than two and finally the three. Never was able to get the Buck. These three were actually watching the Buck and not me.

This is a vast open pasture area lots of space and everytime I tried to crop or work with the image I felt like I was closing them in and so left the space wide open for them to move in. Thanks again - Larry

Registered: December 2008
Mon March 2, 2009 2:13pm

Great shot Larry, I like the mellow tones in the grass, and those big ears.
Nice one.


Registered: December 2008
Mon March 2, 2009 11:40pm

Hi Larry,
A nice capture of a very tender moment. I like the muted colours in this one.

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