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|This Lynx is one of a number of native species contained in Skansen which is in Stockholm. Skansen is the first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden and is located on the island Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It was opened on 11 October 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833–1901) to show the way of life in the different parts of Sweden before the industrial era.|
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Gostei das cores e composição.
Welcome to TrekNature, firstly and most importantly. Your starting image is very nice, we get great eye contact with the "model" and spectacular background as well. If you don't mind I made a workshop, not because I don't find the original image good but to demonstrate a different idea about composition: in my personal opinion the main subject on the pic is the lynx' head, which I wanted to see a bit more off-centered. I also found your re-sized image a little unsharp - most probably the original-sized pic was sharp enough, but this one wasn't re-sharpened after being re-sized to the TN-standard.
Thanks very much for sharing this good photo, enjoy your stay on TrekNature while posting your photos and commenting of others'.
Kindd regards from Ireland, László
- [2017-01-25 2:03]
I have heard many things on this specie...
- [2017-01-25 18:42]
Hello Robert, and Welcome to TN.
A beautiful capture of an animal rarely seen here on TN. Nicely displayed in a semi crouched pose while showing off its attractive coat. I love those large piercing eyes and the contented look on its face. I do like an off centered position for your subject as Laszlo suggested, but overall this is not bad. Well done!! Hope to see more work from you.