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Little Ear-3


Little Ear-3
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Copyright: Natley Prinsloo (Mamagolo2) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 158 W: 1 N: 636] (3124)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2011-12-04
Categories: Mammals
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/800 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2012-01-08 12:34
Viewed: 1673
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This is the last photo of the elephant I call little ear. So far I could not find anyone in our area that could tell me more about it. In this photo you can see both ears clearly.
I've seen some wonderful and interesting things happen at the Sabledam these last two days and will be placing it soon.

Enjoy and comments are welcome.

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Hello Natley

Excellent photo of this lovely African wild animal,
fine POV and framing, beautiful eye-contact,
excellent focus sharpness and details, TFS

Asbed

Good shot! Now we can see both ears!

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  • PeterZ Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4920 W: 170 N: 12328] (45130)
  • [2012-01-09 0:46]

Hello Natley,
Another beautiful photo of this elephant with one and a half ear. It looks very sad in this phto. Great sharpness, details and natural colours. Excellent POV and composition.
Regards,
Peter

Nately,

Very interesting subject. I have recently seen an elephant who's ears did not flap like they should and seemed like the top half of the ears and those muscles were not working. Good sharpness and detail of the subject shown in your image. I love the post - very informative.
TFS,
Sheriff

Hi Natley,
A Truly fantastic shot with sharpness and detail. Beautiful composition with our true natural Africa colours. Great POV!
Love you,
Carl
PS.
I did some research and the only logical explanation is "in-breeding". For instance a farther/daughter. This is very seldom observed in Elephants.

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