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|In Chobe National Park, we found a lion at sunset.. or should I say, a lion found us.|
Sharpened, Neatimage'd, and cropped a little (there was a lot of empty space at the right. When you have a lion staring right at you and you're in an open air vehicle, it's a little hard to concentrate on the perfect framing).
I hope no one's getting bored of my cats, I gave you all a few weeks off while I was in Egypt... and don't worry, I didn't take any more lion photos there! :)
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- [2005-01-08 3:19]
Glad you're still around to post this. Good capture. He really looks hungry. Good job
Nice shot, but blur....
- [2005-01-08 7:23]
The overall impact, colour and mood here is really very nice, also the way he sort of fused with the BG,
But I think it is a also bit sharpened too much, especially on the face, it lost the natural look.
- [2005-01-11 18:21]
What is good in this picture is the harmony in warm colors and an out-of-focus background. But I am questioning the interest of the out-of-focus foreround. May be it is better than having shown the rest of the Lyon's body ?
May be under the sepcific circumstances of this picture that was the right thing to do ?