- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-02-28 2:40]
Chris, you have done a great job with this rare mammal Olingo.
You chose a very good perspective to capture all the features of this long-tailed creature effectively.
I like its eyes full of curiosity and scanning the surroundings with eager enthusiasm.
TFS and regards.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-02-28 3:15]
A perfect capture this beautiful Olingo with lovely posture!
Nice exposure and focus achieved the perfect sharpness, real colour and details my friend! Well done.
TFS and Regards,
- Argus (50626)
- [2008-02-28 3:31]
I didn't realise that we were neighbours!
I must say that until I saw this fine image of an Olingo, I had never heard of them before. On looking it up I found that they are related to Coatis, which makes it fir in well in the tropical mammal fauna.
You could have taken a more comprehensive image of it, where most aspects of this rare mammal are shown with good sharpness and lighting as you had the presence of mind to use flash.
Thanks for sharing this unusual and for me not only nice to look at but educational, image.
- SkyF (8073)
- [2008-02-28 4:12]
what a wonderful capture, this is little critter is adorable.
Excellent job on the composition and exposure, which can be tricky in the Rainforest light.
iolors and sharpness are great.
- lizzie (2855)
- [2008-02-28 8:46]
Beautiful shot of the Olingo,(never seen one before). Great light showing nice natural colours, good details in the fur and your focus is as excellent as his over the hummingbird's feeder. I also like your workshop, showing him how acrobatic they can be for food!
- lgfoto (1536)
- [2008-03-02 4:08]
Very nice capture with good control of DOF and composition.TFS
- hester (11638)
- [2008-03-08 12:50]
Some people like bird shots, others insects...I like all of these things but I will always love mammal shots. This is lovely. Good focus and framing. The pose is wonderful. It is a joy to see