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    Birds with whom we share our living space

    Just a noisy New Holland Honey eater sitting on top of Banksia tree near the house "telling the world all about how its day has been." It is a usual evening broadcast performance here. They are such noisy little critters when they put their mind to it.
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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Ken

    What's happened on the right hand side? We seem to have a band of the background colour sort-of acting almost as a border.

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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Oooh boogerrr!!!!!... Sorry about that! Another attack of those damnable edge eating gremlins! Whilst I was looking elsewhere! Rotten swine. Time to get out the can of Mortein!
    Thanks for picking it up and feedback comment Dave
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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    This is what should have posted. I think. Sorry about that.
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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Ahhhh, that's better. Beautiful shot, I like the perch and the uncluttered background. Very handsome model too.

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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Ken, What a great looking bird. I love the image as for subject and comp. The colors and feel are fantastic. Although The heavy crop has brought out some noise. Without the noise I think even if slightly soft it would be fantastic on the wall!

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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutR View Post
    Ahhhh, that's better. Beautiful shot, I like the perch and the uncluttered background. Very handsome model too.

    Wendy
    Thank you K

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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    Ken, What a great looking bird. I love the image as for subject and comp. The colors and feel are fantastic. Although The heavy crop has brought out some noise. Without the noise I think even if slightly soft it would be fantastic on the wall!
    Thank you. K

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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    I like the sky but how would it look with a bluer sky? I have no idea about photography criticism. I am just wondering.
    Congratulations a beautiful photo,
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    Re: Birds with whom we share our living space

    Beautiful shot of a beautiful creature, Ken.

    I think you may have some dust bunnies to camera right of the camera right most flower close to the edge of your new crop. Its also visible in the original shot, too.

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