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Hare today, hare tomorrow. Longevity lessons from the lowly rabbit.
Hare today, hare tomorrow. Longevity lessons from the lowly rabbit.
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Challenge: National Geographic II (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: aminals
Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Date: Jun 30, 2011
Date Uploaded: Jun 30, 2011

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07/04/2011 07:50:37 PM
This is looking just like the model Durer had!
I cannot find the exact work but look at these plants, the rabbit is perfect also
//www.albrecht-durer.org/The-So-Called-Great-Piece-Of-Turf-large.html
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07/04/2011 03:29:02 PM
Where's the basket full of choccies? :) There's always a huge online debate about photographing WILD life or wildlife in or around human habitation. Was it shot in your garden, a bunny park, the zoo or in the English Country (famous for their bunnies). I guess the decision rests on the editor based on the article associated with your title. It's crisp, the eye engages me, has the obligatory catch-light, nice ROT composition. Could indeed be used for publication I think, despite the blade in front of the eye and nose, especially if doing a story on the longevity of the English rabbit.
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07/02/2011 07:57:20 PM
What a NICE job you did, took a mundane picture and turned it into a really good picture! Great post processing work!!!
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07/02/2011 12:17:22 AM
A tad oversharpened for NG.
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07/01/2011 04:21:08 PM
WOW - love the way you have such a sense of 3-D. You wouldn't see an image edited like that in a Nat Geo magazine I don't think, but it is just fabulous.
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07/01/2011 01:00:16 PM
So cute!
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