LONE BIG HORN SHEEP
- mbasil (3320)
- [2006-09-07 19:41]
Nicely done, Janice. Good job with the zoom and crop, he's a good size. Yes, the shot is a bit backlit, and that makes it harder to see the detail on his face, but with wild critters that just what you have to live with' besides, the lighting makes the grasses stand out nicely.
- wkshelton (5492)
- [2006-09-07 19:48]
excllent landscape with this sheep, excellent POV Great details, very well composed,
- kedavis (436)
- [2006-09-07 23:49]
Very nice, hard earned captured. This sheep looks very fat. All the better to go into winter. Thanks for Sharing
- Scott (1752)
- [2006-09-08 0:25]
The new camera opens new doors. Morning light is a problem. exellent capture ... the light from the side is difficult to handle ..
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2006-09-08 2:17]
Very short on time this morning.
Nice capture, thanks for posting.
Have a great weekend.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2006-09-08 2:30]
This is an interesting fellow indeed! We also have a few wild sheep here in Norway, but nothing like this guy...
I think you capture the fur quite well in spite of the hard light, nice sharpness and good details!
Basically a good shot of this Big horn but the lighting is difficult and if you apply the rule of thirds it's not quite right so I've tried a workshop, but I'm afraid it's hard to improve.
- Hay_kes (4027)
- [2006-09-08 4:44]
Great shot.Exellent lights, and colours.Very well composed.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-09-09 9:26]
Tough job on the exposure, but you did well. I love the pose and the way the grass stands out.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2006-09-23 23:01]
Great exposure; the rugged background is well contrasted with the subject.
Well done Janice.
P.S. Love it.