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I tried to fix this up as much as possible. I know it's over exposed, but it was one of those rare opportunities you just don't want to miss. The reason they are all looking the same way is because someone is walking a dog along the bank. It's a huge dog and they were watching its every move.


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Date: Wed July 4, 2007
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Mundschenk
Amanda: Nice shot -
I wonder how many of the little guys really listen to mom & pop Smile
I pulled it into CS3 and checked curves and clipping. There was nothing to indicate overexposure. Bright morning or afternoon sun will always blow out small areas - these digital cameras just don't have the dynamic range of film (The new Fuji claims to).
#1 Wed July 4, 2007 3:42am

chappo1
Great shot Amanda. Good chance to sneak up on them whilst they are concerned about another threat. john
We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
#2 Wed July 4, 2007 10:42am

Hangin10
It's beautiful. Lovely shot Amanda
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#3 Wed July 4, 2007 8:12pm

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Well done Amanda. I like it a lot.
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#4 Thu July 5, 2007 4:02pm

Amandart
Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the comments. Smile
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#5 Thu July 5, 2007 5:01pm

vab
Wow - how many goslings are there? You are right - this is one of those rare shots! Well caught. It has to be 10 - how often do you get 21 (I think!) all looking the same way! Crop the top down a little further to concentrate on the action. Viv
#6 Thu July 5, 2007 5:25pm

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Thanks, vab, I think you're right about the crop. I appreciate your generous rating. Smile
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