- trinko (4321)
- [2007-03-07 9:54]
excellent subject with the duck looking like a reflection. you could intentionally blur and add a wave to the duck, that's not legit on treknature but it would be fine for treklens
- delic (898)
- [2007-03-07 10:15]
Parallel processing... Well caught, Michele. The tight composition you achieved through cropping is very good. TFS and best wishes,
- pari_ali (51)
- [2007-03-07 13:39]
Lol Finny I think that duck is really a little copy cat maybe it hopes that if it apes the swan it will look as gorgeous as the swan, though that may not be true it does remind me of some human behaviour where people in aping others actually lose out on their own wonderful qualities.
On the other hand maybe the gorgeous swan is really a brown duck within.... and the reflection as you call it is actually showing him his trie self. Your reflections have set me reflecting ;)
- Adanac (21378)
- [2007-03-07 21:19]
Superb composition and excellent thinking my dear, what a cool capture, thanks for sharing.
- kag (106)
- [2007-03-08 8:40]
A beautiful picture, it shows so much detail, colour is good.
Well done. TFS>
- saeedabbasi (5100)
- [2007-03-09 4:48]
Hi dear Michele ,
very nice image with lovely mood.
excellent sharpness and colours.
very well captured.
This is a very original and unique picture. I love the pose of the two birds and this magic mirror's effect. This is well done and well seen. I think that this frame is a bit heavy (to my personal taste :) Thanks,
- hester (11638)
- [2007-03-09 15:03]
This is very well seen. I love this composition. Perfect framing.
- mogens-j (20)
- [2007-04-24 17:07]
I think you did the right thing when cropping this picture. The tight crop makes it very interesting to look at. The curved neck on the swan - I like it very much. The mallard like a reflection of the swan - great. Nice handling of the light and the colours look very natural. Very good sharpness on the swan. All over a very interesting picture to look at. Nice instructive note to follow.