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    Eurasian hare at rest.

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    Perfect sharpness and you've done superb to get such clear view at this low angle, I'm used to seeing a lot more clutter in the background of hare images. The hare does look a bit more yellow than most I see, although I know their shading can vary.

    Looking at your website you seem to be somewhere up the northern side of England - I'm in Manchester if you fancy meeting up for a shoot sometime

    Mike

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    Excellent low POV, which makes the image. Personally a tad tight top, bottom & LHS, but very nice detail, looks a bit coy!

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    Love the shot he looks a tad too over to the left for me. I think I would lower the colour temp a little, the image overall looks on the yellow side to me.

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    Hello Tim,

    Super timing and I absolutely love the expression from your Hare, just priceless! Coy... yes, like Steve said... and maybe sulky too Very nice POV and it's great that you managed to get him ( or her ) in the clear, frame is well exposed and detail looks good, DoF spot-on.

    Subject is looking back so I can see another version with the Hare to the very right of the frame, just a thought Image well exposed, detail is great and so is image quality, so well processed - lovely work!

    A pleasure to view - can we see some more please, looking forward to your next post:)

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    Gabriela Plesea

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    Pretty nice view of this hare. Like the look he is giving you. Details and light look very nice.

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    Thanks all for comments, it seems I need a zoom as get a lot of "a bit tight" .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Poole View Post
    Perfect sharpness and you've done superb to get such clear view at this low angle, I'm used to seeing a lot more clutter in the background of hare images. The hare does look a bit more yellow than most I see, although I know their shading can vary.

    Looking at your website you seem to be somewhere up the northern side of England - I'm in Manchester if you fancy meeting up for a shoot sometime

    Mike
    Stunning images on your site Mike, you must work with David Attenborough . It's coming up to the time of year I pop over from Leeds and try my luck at Martin Mere.
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