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    Hi all have not posted an image of this fantastic species for a longer while .... and it was Haseeb who gave me the idea .
    Haseeb will try to make it possible what i told you ... hope you can be patient .

    As we do not say where , when it comes to the rhino species .... i tell you it was somewhere across Asia .... LOL . Folks might know where this could have been taken ....

    Canon EOS 1Dx
    EF 200 - 400 IS L at 300 mm
    HH from car

    F 6,3 ; Iso 5000 ; 1/1250 sec ; man exp and auto iso ; Shot almost perfectly ETTR

    Processed with DPP 4 and PSCC 2020 ; cropped for comp from all sides slightly .

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Hi Andreas -- many thanks for posting this.

    You have done a superb job here. Lovely details and nice vibrant greens. What I really liked here is the Rhino in the open area , and quite a nice angle .

    I see a bit of noise in the bkg but i am ok with it and also liking those hues of magenta that you have retained in the colours. Working on all counts.

    Nicely done, TFS !

    You have whetted my appetite for this beauty.

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    Indeed a beauty, Andreas!

    Wonderful pose and I love that head turn, great timing Boetie! As well as those brown ear tufts and skin folds

    Great techs, well exposed, nicely processed with good detail and sharpness. Composition works and it's nice to see a bit of the environment.

    Really wish to see a green lawn like this again! We are experiencing such high temperatures here, desperate for some rain...

    Thank you for sharing Boetie, much appreciated,
    Gabriela Plesea

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    Detail on the rhino looks great. The green is a nice touch here. Framing is right on as well.

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    Thanks folks for your kind comments ...

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