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    Couple critters

    While they are common and easy targets, sometimes I just can't help myself.

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    Couple critters

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    Re: Couple critters

    Paul
    I hate the lens By the looks of that Squirrel, I think he lives in my neighborhood. Great job! JimC

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    Nope Jim, all the ones I shoot up in that are are warriors and are missing half their ears! This one is an eastside boy. lol Now ....how can you speak so harshly of her....shhhh....she might hear you and go all OOF! I just could type the other word, sounded bad. lol

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    Re: Couple critters

    OMG!
    I love those shots, particularly the one with Turtle. (or Tortoise, I can never learn).

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    Two cracking shots Paul

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    Re: Couple critters

    Thank you Sahil.
    Thank you as well Owen.

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    Re: Couple critters

    Good Paul,

    Do I detect a replaced sky in the squirrel shot?
    If I do, it is well done, the thing that makes me wonder is the even-ness of tone - which considering I recently posted one with a natural even tone, blue sky is a bit like 'the pot calling the kettle black'

    You do have a nice and sharp squirrel there.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Couple critters

    Sometimes the best photos are the ones of common subjects that are, like these, extremely well done.

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    Re: Couple critters

    Thanks everyone.
    Dave, no sky replacement, not even a crop. Levels and sharpening only. In fact in my nature shots the most pp I will do is clone an offending branch. But not in this one. ")

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