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    El Rey and his harem

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    El Rey and his harem

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    Re: El Rey and his harem

    Tom

    The 'pose' of the male is excellent. The only thing that could have been bettered is if the right hand animal had not stuck its head behind the tree.

    I think you've set the aperture well, retaining enough detail in the background, but having it sufficiently out-of-focus to keep attention of the main subject.

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    Re: El Rey and his harem

    Thanks for the comment and compliment. I didn't notice until you mentioned it that I had posted the uncropped version of this shot. The deer with head tucked behind a tree is cropped off in the final version. Otherwise identical, so I won't bother reposting. Again, thanks for taking the time to view and comment.

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    Re: El Rey and his harem

    This has wonderful light and depth. It makes me feel as if I'm there.

    Will

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    Thank you, sir.

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