- fragman (43778)
- [2006-12-16 4:02]
great-intimate moment and interesting comment, TFS Oro
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2006-12-16 5:19]
the well decided approach from eye level makes this animal portrait a real eye catcher. And pulling in the landscape by wideangle provides all the information to the viewer to create a strong feeling for the place, the moment, and the animal as part of its habitat.
Thank you! Best regards,
Strange it wasn't scared...
You must have been really close with the camera. Almost touching the animal...
What a tender capture, Rick.
Both you and he were lucky that you had this encounter. For you, an opportunity to get this lovely shot.
For him, a chance to be seen and be safe.
I really like your low POV.
The position of the head in the foreground and the body curled up behind him make him look so vulnerable.
Very sharp details and perfect exposure.
TFS this unusual scene.
TFS. : )
- JoseMiguel (5658)
- [2006-12-16 18:19]
I like this wide angle shot of the baby antelope.
You got a poweful visual scene, with the low POV used, that creates a connection with the animal, and transmit us some kind of vulnerability.
The compostion works pretty well also,
Congratulations and thanks for share,
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-12-16 21:55]
Interesting POV! And, the detail looks excellent.
Thanks & TFS,
- milas (173)
- [2006-12-17 13:38]
- bobair (44)
- [2007-01-18 21:31]
It pays to look at all pictures of a photographer,somehow I overlooked this picture and to my chagrin you have taken a picture of an antelope-oops!Ignore my request for an antelope as in another post I made.The point of view on this shot is not conventional and I like that.Maybe if this picture were a little darker it would pop.Very nice comment by the way,keep 'em coming.
- Finland_in_Eton (876)
- [2007-03-05 20:46]
Terrific POV ! I like the perspective as it lets the viewer see the surrounding landscape. Just beautiful. Colors and details are stunning. Feel like I could reach out and touch him. TFS