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Post by Didereaux » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:48 pm

Took nearly half an hour for them to line up like that. Patience is key.
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Post by Ceropegia » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:42 pm

Didereaux wrote:Took nearly half an hour for them to line up like that. Patience is key.
And enough available time to wait. Great shot, by the way!

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Post by Duck » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:25 pm

Definitely a cool shot but it feels a bit claustrophobic with the crop. Is there enough head room in the original? I'd like to see it with a bit more breathing room above the birds.
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Post by Didereaux » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:55 pm

Duck wrote:Definitely a cool shot but it feels a bit claustrophobic with the crop. Is there enough head room in the original? I'd like to see it with a bit more breathing room above the birds.


Yes, the one done on metal and hanging in the house has another couple inches top and bottom. This one I use because they can steal this and I will smile....if they got the 'real' one I would have to go after them and good trial lawyers that will defend murderers cost too much. ;)
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Post by Duck » Sat Apr 22, 2017 1:34 am

Didereaux wrote:This one I use because they can steal this and I will smile....if they got the 'real' one I would have to go after them and good trial lawyers that will defend murderers cost too much. ;)

At 1021 x 178 there's nothing there to steal. :?
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Post by Didereaux » Sat Apr 22, 2017 2:08 am

Duck wrote:
Didereaux wrote:This one I use because they can steal this and I will smile....if they got the 'real' one I would have to go after them and good trial lawyers that will defend murderers cost too much. ;)

At 1021 x 178 there's nothing there to steal. :?


Here it is hanging. 10x20 metal print. A side note: This was reviewed nationally by Tom Mangelsen. It was one of 50 out of 1000+ picked for review and critique. His verdict, and I quote, " I wouldn't change a thing!' ;)
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Post by Duck » Sat Apr 22, 2017 2:10 am

Didereaux wrote:...His verdict, and I quote, " I wouldn't change a thing!' ;)

...and I agree. I definitely like it so much more with the extra head room.
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Post by St3v3M » Sat Apr 22, 2017 4:16 am

Three-by-three they go! Wow that must have been wonderful to see. How blessed! S-
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Post by uuglypher » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:26 am

Didereaux wrote:
Duck wrote:
Didereaux wrote:This one I use because they can steal this and I will smile....if they got the 'real' one I would have to go after them and good trial lawyers that will defend murderers cost too much. ;)

At 1021 x 178 there's nothing there to steal. :?


Here it is hanging. 10x20 metal print. A side note: This was reviewed nationally by Tom Mangelsen. It was one of 50 out of 1000+ picked for review and critique. His verdict, and I quote, " I wouldn't change a thing!' ;)
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I'd change only one thing.
I'd have it hanging on MY wall!
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