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Immature cormorant resting on the weir at Trentham gardens lake, Trentham, Staffordshire, UK. The treeline on the western edge of the lake can be clearly seen reflected in the birds eye.Photographed September, 2007.
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amazing shot and such great detail!
many thanks for that, thank you.
Beautiful shot! I love his eye.
thank you Joyce – the eye is the part of this shot that I was concentrating on, from capture to processing.
– Steve Crompton
amazing shot Steve
many thanks Dave.
Awesome shot … well done, a favorite!
many, many thanks.
Gorgeous capture Steve. Almost human-like, the way it has it’s head tucked down!
many thanks Lisa – I took quite a number of shots of this character and this is my favourite by quite a way.
think I just figured out the ‘human’ aspect – Bella Lugosi!
Stunning capture Steve.
thanks a lot Richard, this one was a bit of a character!
Focus and composition are stunning. Nice work.
cheers Miffy, you’re the first to mention the composition – it certainly wasn’t accidental!…thank you.
Great shot steve love the texture of the feathers and then the focus of that one eye
thanks very much John – I suppose the eye is what the picture is all about.
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