- NinaM (4077)
- [2008-10-09 8:00]
Hello Kathy, every time I post on TN, I am your neighbour! I don't know what a poacher is so I cannot comment on your notes ;-) but wow, you are getting fantastic pictures of wild animals. This one is so sharp, as sharp as the needles of your friend, and the colours are natural and very beautiful. Thank you!
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2008-10-09 8:04]
Extraordinary animal. Photo with an unpleasant story attached. Empty-handed haha:-).
- Wolfpower (1075)
- [2008-10-09 11:36]
A beautiful capture of this porcupine,you have every right to be angry.Poachers are lower than low and give all hunters a bad name.Poaching is an offshoot of greed,these individuals want to beat the rest by stealing from the environment.The worst part is most hunting seasons are developed to protect animals,and to ensure their survival.Taking animals outside of the hunting seasons can have disastrous results for animals long range survival.
The shot is sharp and well focused.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2008-10-09 18:17]
what a excellent shot of the porcupine with his alert pose,
fine POV, excellent sharpness and details
and with excellent history notes of the image, TFS
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2008-10-09 20:07]
Another great shot of this beautiful animal Kathy,
I suppose I never realized they were this active in the day time, because all the ones I've ever encountered in Penn. was during the evening and night time hours.
I love the pose you captured him in, it makes him look three times bigger then he actually is. Very sharp and detailed image!! TFS.
- Adanac (21378)
- [2008-10-09 20:21]
Superior quality image with amazing details and great natural colors.
Love the setting Cuddles is captured in here.
Great work Kathy.
- cako (3395)
- [2008-10-12 10:46]
very nice image
very good sharp and detail
- ubc64 (789)
- [2008-10-16 18:26]
Terrific image! The detail of that porcupine is incredible! It seems as though I can see the hairs distinctly all of the way around its body. I've seen dogs after they have had an encounter with a porcupine. I would sure not wish to give "Cuddles" any reason to be unhappy with me. Very nice work! TFS.