It can be hard to get near the wildlife in the area where I live. So in this case I decided to crop the shot a bit unusual for a wildlife shot.Please click on the photo to see the larger version in my Nikonians gallery:Shooting details:Nikon D3Nikkor 500mm f4 AI-PISO 2001/400s @ f6.3
HenningMy Nikonians gallery: Landscape | Wildlife | Macro| Portrait
Nice work!I like the crop. The composition is outstanding. The leading lines and the way the frame is divided into 4 basic geometric shapes all lead the viewer into the image.
DaveQuad Cities, USAA Nikonians Team MemberMy Gallery SummersPhotoGraphic.com Nikonians membership -"My most important photographic investment, after the camera"Share, Learn and Inspire
Thanks a lot, Dave. I liked the colours in the photo, so I tried to find a crop that worked. I'm glad that I succeeded.
Well chosen crop, which effect is stronger in the larger version of the pic.
Gert van der KolkWelcome to my website BitsOfLight and My Gallery
Thank you very much. Most appreciated.
I'm with Dave and Gert on this one -- I like the crop too; really woarks for me.Take care,CKNikonian in Ontario, Canada
Thank you very much for your feedback, CK!
Nice shot, nice crop. Thanks for sharing,VaughnA Mile High NikonianPhotography: It's not what I do for a living---It's what I do for Life!www.vcottman.zenfolio.com
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Thanks for your comment, Vaughn.
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