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  Reply # 569559 16-Jan-2012 17:52
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Raikyn mate, that moon would get a 'like' from me!

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Not quite today but only just uploaded them...






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  Reply # 573848 26-Jan-2012 20:56
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Taken at Wellington Zoo yesterday on a Nikon D90 with 55-200mm DX.


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alasta: Taken at Wellington Zoo yesterday on a Nikon D90 with 55-200mm DX.



Nice shot, I like.  Is it worth cropping out the blurry white line (wire barrier or top of glass pane) at the bottom?  It detracts a little.




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  Reply # 573875 26-Jan-2012 22:16
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alasta: Taken at Wellington Zoo yesterday on a Nikon D90 with 55-200mm DX.


Nice shot, I like.  Is it worth cropping out the blurry white line (wire barrier or top of glass pane) at the bottom?  It detracts a little.


Thanks for pointing that out - to be honest I hadn't noticed it myself but you're right.

Unfortunately I can't crop it out without significantly changing the aspect ratio of the photo and getting rid of it any other way is beyond my skills. Wire fences do have a nasty habit of getting in the way at zoos, but it's definitely good to avoid them wherever possible. 

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  Reply # 574084 27-Jan-2012 14:04
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alasta, nice shot. Did you close-up shot of the one with the baby?

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  Reply # 574090 27-Jan-2012 14:06
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listudio: alasta, nice shot. Did you close-up shot of the one with the baby?


Thanks. I didn't zoom any closer - I don't think that lens would have been long enough actually. 

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listudio: alasta, nice shot. Did you close-up shot of the one with the baby?


Thanks. I didn't zoom any closer - I don't think that lens would have been long enough actually. 



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  Reply # 574115 27-Jan-2012 14:43
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Beautiful shots. Thanks all.




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alasta: I can't crop it out without significantly changing the aspect ratio of the photo 


That's ok though, great shot man:



Reminds me of my shots too:
     



The fish, I tell you it was this big!




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Jaxson, nice shots too. Are you sure they talk about fish not about car or something? Laughing



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Beeees


wool carder bee by Raikyn, on Flickr
 

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Raikyn: Beeees


wool carder bee by Raikyn, on Flickr
 


Wow, stunning. Great colours too.  I have a bee pic I took on an old Canon A60 thats kind of similar.  

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I like the sharpness and color of the photo....Just a shame it seemed to be captured during bee randy times!

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