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Eye of the Flying Tiger..
Eye of the Flying Tiger..

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Quantaray AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 LD Tele-Macro for Canon
Location: Banham
Galleries: Animals
Date Uploaded: Dec 22, 2005

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Comments: 8
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08/21/2006 01:11:58 PM
Wow, thanks for all your kind comments.

Thanks focus point i have renamed as you suggested. I like that title much better.


08/20/2006 06:26:29 PM
All your bird shots are excellent. This one stands out a bit more than others. I would name it "Eye of the flying tiger" instead, but we all got the picture here anyway.

This thing here demands respect, and somehow these creatures born with look that earns respect.

I like the composition in this photo as well.

Good work :)
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08/19/2006 11:48:00 PM
That's is awesome! Very quizzical/I'm gonna rip your head off any minute look! :P The color and sharpeness is fantastic.
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08/19/2006 10:05:47 PM
Wonderful shot! Great contrast and depth to the colors but no blown highlights. I like the plain background...nothing to distract from that piercing stare. Nicely done.
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08/19/2006 08:30:50 PM
Great look. Great back ground. Big wide chest on him. It's an amazing picture.
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08/18/2006 07:08:22 AM
This is a great shot. Crisp detail and the colors are great. With such sharpness you might even try filling up the entire frame with just the bird. Strong shot.
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12/27/2005 08:40:58 AM
It was shot at a bird of prey conservation centre (No its not stuffed lol).

Thanks for your comment :)
12/27/2005 08:16:02 AM
Wow, I love this shot! His stare is so direct that it's almost creepy. Like he wants to eat you. I'm curious as to whether this was taken in the wild, or in a reserve park. We have a reserve park that we go to, but they don't have a bald that they can bring out.

The dof is just incredible - it's almost like you shot him against a backdrop. Wait...he's not stuffed is he????? Anyway, nice and crisp and a pleasure to look at.
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