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    Hi folks another image of the Hedgehog .... trying to find shelter and possibly food under the plants .
    Image taken in local park .

    Canon EOS R3
    RF 100- 500 IS L at 500 mm
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    F8 ; Iso 6400 ; 1/1250 sec
    man exp

    Processed with Capture One and PSCC 2022 ; a bit of clean up here and there

    Thanks for watching and commenting to previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Just too adorable, cannot find the words to say how much I like this. Glad you managed to get him 'in the clear' so to speak...he is so tiny! Here I like the leaves and greenery because they add context. As well as help the viewer get an idea of the size of the subject.
    Well exposed with great colours and lovely detail. Nice pose and I like the visible foot. Nice POV as well, don't think you could get any lower than this! Awesome, would not change a thing, thank you for sharing Andreas!

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    Gabriela Plesea

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    Surprised to see the hedgehog out in light conditions, ours rarely come much before twilight. IQ looks a bit off, lacks the finer detail in the eye/nose we have seen in previous postings. I assume you have off loaded some lens for this then Andreas?

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    Thanks Gabriela and Steve for comments , much appreciated .

    @ Steve - not sure why , first time for me to find one during day time . I stumbled over him in a the park where the Squirrels are ... maybe he was physically not ok . IQ ... your call , I am ok with it .

    No other lens off loaded ... just need a handholdable as I am still fighting with my shoulder . Can't hold the big whites for a very long time

    Cheers Andreas

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    maybe he was physically not ok
    More than likely, should be getting into the realms of hibernation.

    No other lens off loaded ... just need a handholdable as I am still fighting with my shoulder . Can't hold the big whites for a very long time
    Yep, subject to Mr Canon, everything will soon be going to ALL RF.
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