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    Hi folks .... one of the rare moments , for me , having some dogs resting .... and even rarer in an open space .

    Image taken in South Luangwa NP in Zambia , followed that pack and finally managed to get some shots . Shot taken late , just before sunset

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    F 6,3 ; Iso 5000 ; 1/1600 sec ; man exp and auto iso

    Processed with DPP 4 and PSCC 2021 ; cropped for comp and some gardening in FG

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous posting .

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    Hy Andreeas, the simetry of the subjects is very nice, I like your composition a lot. I like their pose: the first one looks like he's in deep thought over something, the second is focuse and the third one, well he just doesn't sem to care at all. I like the dust in the chest fur and the catchlight in the eyes.

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    Well composed and beautifully processed, a really fine shot and as you say to get one in the open - great stuff!

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    Nice you got all your dogs in a row so to say. Framing and detail and everything else looks bang on.

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    Nice to have them all in a line, well seen and executed.

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    THanks folks for your kind comments , much appreciated .

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    Hello Andreas,

    Love Wild Dogs, those chaps are so nicely lined-up and framing is great. I like the POV also. Good colours and tones. Nicely processed Andreas.

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    Gabriela Plesea

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