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    Default Electric Blue Emu

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    One of the Emus at G-land.

    Fract, Topaz adjust

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    The Phoenix (Emu) rising from the ashes...Fractalius lends that sense of flame and color to this shot...I like that you masked the eye back in...I wish there was just a hint of color/detail in the beak as well...nicely done!

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    Maureen,. The effect is perfect! I love the flow of the feathers that the glow has added. Nice background too. A tiny bit more detail to the beak if you have it as John noted.
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    Beautiful composition, Maureen. I too think the fract is very effective... love the colors. Nice processing.

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    Hi Maureen, another great fracting job. Love the effect on this one too.

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    Thanks all. Not sure how much detail I could or want to recover in the beak. Emu beaks are black. And ugly.

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    This Emu looks playful to me--due to the position of the head and your excellent processing!

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