afternoon, shooting with Mking, this was a strange kind of shooting, I can only say thanks God for digital, anyway few of them turned out ok. Like the mood of this shot, even though it doesn't express the mood I had while taking those shots. Taking pictures with Mike is great, have so much fun that I have decided to adopt him and he is not going back to Australia.
As for learning about the world part, well there are birds and there is sky in Canada.
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jinju (14265) 2006-11-13 0:23
Man, thats a hell of a lot of empty space Peter. 99% love it, I think the crop i a bit tight at the bottom, Id love to see the birds have a bit of space beneath them, especially that middle one. But the empty space emphasizes the freedom birds enjoy..go anywhere any time, away from all the crap on the ground.
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2006-11-13 1:03
I love the amount of breathing room in this photo. A tiny bit of space on the bottom would be great as the middle bird seems to be hitting the tips of its wing against the frame.
Simple and elegant photo
bantonbuju (51763) 2006-11-13 2:34
ładniutkie, dobre w zamiarze,
ciutkę wyżej jakby leciały byłoby fajniej, ale i tak chwalić zamiar i wykonanie;
baba_flies (8829) 2006-11-13 14:14
Hello Peter ... yes Canada offers plenty of space and room for breathing. This comes out well in your photo. I love the grey-blue and the elegant frame going "around" it. Nice the birds ... you give them plenty of way to fly. Good work. I like it. Barbara.
vapours (8264) 2006-11-13 19:45
Great shot here Peter, a real artistic and minimal approach which works really well. Love the blue in the sky. The framing also looks good, I spent all weekend playing around with a polaroid camera and must say the framing is something I fell in love with.
designsoul (21492) 2006-11-14 20:49
Haha, you are funny Peter, yes, but how true: there is sky in Canada! That was my very first impression when I landed in this country.
Love this shot. Daring pov again. The birds occupy only a minor fraction, even that on the very right. The sky... was it so blue in Toronto? Here it is only gray... gray and grayer...
I like the minimalism here.
Glad you adapted Elvis. We need a good lookalike here! :-) Especially one who can take such shots.
I will come back with a bag full of green smiles.