- hvr_oosterzele (992)
- [2004-11-06 8:10]
Great pose. A little catch light in the eyes would have been nice.
- RAP (7405)
- [2004-11-06 8:15]
Excelente autorretrato Stephen... puedes cambiar la foto de tu profile por esta, aunque en la otra al menos estás sonriente... jejeje.
Conmovedora imagen, que se repite en muchos zoos cuando se aprecia la tristeza de estos grandes simios en cautiverio.
Buena agudeza y presentacion.
Excellent self-portrait Stephen... you can change the photo of your profile out by this, although in the other you are smiling at least... jejeje.
Stirring image, that is repeated in many zoos when the sadness of these great simian in captivity is appraised.
Good sharpness and presentation.
- marhowie (486)
- [2004-11-06 8:43]
Stephen, A great pose, almost introspective. This guy is either deep in thought or mining for fleas? ;-)) A great catch, thanx for posting!
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2004-11-06 8:49]
Very good pose and good details
Very good, made me smile. He does look pensive, I wonder what is going through his mind. Well done.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2004-11-06 17:23]
What a lovly thoughtful pose you have captured here. it could do with a little more light to highlight the face and especially the eyes.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-11-07 1:13]
Stephen, it's a nice pose you captured. I does look as if he tried his hand calculus. There is a bit of noise in the photo. I could not remove it however. Nice one.
- japie (5187)
- [2004-11-07 1:41]
This is going to my favorites!!
- red45 (31094)
- [2004-11-07 12:37]
...and after 3 or so million years of thinking, he became homo sapiens sapiens :-) Great conceptional shot.
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2004-11-07 14:21]
Great pose ! Some classic subjects never exhaust their charm, one of them is the apes postures, always humorous or melancholic like a mirror of a charicatural human.
- annagrace (2996)
- [2005-09-05 22:40]
A great capture of this chimp. It does remind me of Rodin's sculpture, LOL! There seems to be a lot of noise, I'm not sure what it is from.
Nice post, TFS!
P.S. I'll be in Belfast next July. Any recommendations on things to do?