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Branching out !!

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1 Branching out !! on Thu Jan 29, 2009 9:58 am

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2 Re: Branching out !! on Thu Jan 29, 2009 4:15 pm

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I must say thatI saw this pic on your flikr and really liked it then. The light behind the bird casting the sillouette is lovely. I know that there will be some who say that you need to have a little detail in the blacks so that it's not blocked out, but that is not what I would say about this photo.
Maybe it doesn't need the space either side and would look better as a portrait, but then maybe it needs the space either side for his wings. Maybe trimming a little off the right hand side to throw the bird slightly off centre to improve the image...
Maybe, maybe, maybe..
I like it as it is, the back ground has a lovely colour and I can sit and look at it and enjoy looking at it again, after all, that's what matters!
Well caught.


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