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    Abstract Electrics

    Having spent the week rebuilding the computer after a hard drive malfunction and at the same time ripping part of the kitchen to bits in search of a rat, today I thought I had finally won. The computers back up and running and the dishwasher in which the rat had made its nest is in pieces all over the floor.

    The rat was cornered, and jumped out of the second storey window.

    Feeling pleased with myself this evening I decided to get the camera out and take a picture of just some of the damage it had done.

    Abstract Electrics

    Whilst uploading the image from the camera to the computer the other half screams and guess what's returned

    Next image will be of a DEAD RAT if I get the chance.

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    Re: Abstract Electrics

    Great colours and no harsh shadows. Very well done.

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    Re: Abstract Electrics

    Gives new meaning to the phrase "wildlife photography". Good luck.

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    Re: Abstract Electrics

    Thanks Andre.

    Whilst not the best example of composition or subject one that demonstrated the advantage of using two flashes which were the SBR-200s at the front of the 105 macro.

    For info, f22, 1/60th, ISO 200, Aperture priority, Auto WB, TTL flash, tripod mounted, VR off, timed release.

    PP work on resizing and sharpening, WB not changed.

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    Re: Abstract Electrics

    John, It's one occasion where I wish there was no life left in this 'wild' fury intruder.

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