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Challenge: With the Philosophy of Ubique (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon EOS-50D
Lens: Tamron 16-300mm Di II VC PZD MACRO w/Canon Nikon mount
Location: Gainesville, FL
Date: Apr 4, 2015
Aperture: f/6.3
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/160
Date Uploaded: Apr 4, 2015

IMG_5951

Statistics
Place: 38 out of 86
Avg (all users): 5.8250
Avg (commenters): 7.5000
Avg (participants): 6.1852
Avg (non-participants): 5.0769
Views since voting: 164
Views during voting: 186
Votes: 80
Comments: 21
Favorites: 0


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04/12/2015 11:48:34 PM
Ooooh... very cool!
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04/12/2015 09:50:25 AM
I nearly didn't see that face, and then it hit me out of the bush smack bang in the face, wow!!
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04/12/2015 04:44:20 AM
a fleeting glimpse before its gone, love the tones and the foreground out of focus grasses the slighlty pinkish hues also work, like a hunter stalking his prey that moment a heart beat, who flinches first the camera comes up the deer flees.
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04/11/2015 10:50:54 PM
So perfectly framed. His/her dream or ours?
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04/11/2015 08:22:22 PM
I almost could not vote on this image because the tones could not be made out.. after a few seconds, I saw a really adorable deer staring back at me.

I am impressed with this image because to me it was like a hide and go seek, by holding my interest for that split second, I was able to see more into the photo than what was actually there. the soft vignette I know is a personal favorite of ubique and I think you should have had a great comment for him.
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04/11/2015 07:16:44 PM
a lesson in lighting! one of my top picks.
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04/11/2015 06:17:09 PM
for that a 9
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04/11/2015 02:05:41 PM
But can you escape the dreaded fog of doom?
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04/11/2015 10:52:41 AM
Mother Nature is a master of camouflage, protecting her children. Nicely seen and photographed, giving him the space he deserved. Nice tones.
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04/11/2015 10:03:46 AM
Lovely image. Camouflage, alertness and staying alive is serious business, so please forgive me for indulging in the sense of sweetness I also feel. Perhaps it's the overall delicacy or the emotional projection of the sunlit tree trunks as guardian spirits. The tone itself is magical. There's an eternal story being told here, and I thank you for sharing it.
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04/10/2015 07:57:42 PM
A beauty in disguise. Wonderful.
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04/10/2015 12:20:28 PM
IMHO, this satisfies the criteria of "photo as object" with its giant fields of textured blur. It's basically my version of eye candy, the kind of thing that gives me pleasure to look at.
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04/10/2015 12:28:26 AM
Poor thing - the aliens have it trapped! They look benevolent, though. I don't think they mean it harm.
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04/09/2015 10:32:08 PM
It's like I'm watching him from a hidden location - wonderful feeling.
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04/09/2015 09:29:43 PM
pillars and eyes
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04/09/2015 08:24:07 PM
Very pleasing. Great processing.
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04/09/2015 05:25:00 PM
Somehow in the presense of the ghostly light-stalks, the deer becomes ghost.
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04/08/2015 02:05:29 PM
I enjoy the foreground bokeh along with low contrast and brown toning. This natural overlay works quite nicely. Thanks.
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04/08/2015 08:11:01 AM
Nicely uncertain, with the foreground grass and the even light making it authentically environmental rather than an unequivocal zoo-style portrait. You feel something about the critter, when it's photographed like this. It's a deer of some kind presumably? Looks a lot like a female waterbuck though. Anyway I like environmental wildlife pictures, so than you.
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04/07/2015 02:30:43 PM
A nice image with an embedded 'aha' moment. Cleverly constructed and effective as a consequence.
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04/06/2015 03:27:23 PM
nicely hidden
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