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Photo "The Steadiness"

photo "The Steadiness" tags: nature, portrait, wild animals
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The Steadiness
The1/2 hour on a frost has stood, that he (Asian tiger) though has made something, and that went around... Also has waited :-) 
Wed 16 Jan 2002 20:19
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lucette virelle lucette virelle #1 Wed 16 Jan 2002 20:40

splendid picture !


И ведь не напрасно стояли. Отличная лиричность у Вашей работы!

Vladimir Gurov Vladimir Gurov #3 Wed 16 Jan 2002 20:55

Судя по ракурсу на столбе явно не Вы smile ) Но все равно, что то вкусное

Borisych Borisych #4 Wed 16 Jan 2002 21:05

Великолепно! Кошачьи- это моя слабость! А композиция с этой Львушей, или Пумяшей (я думаю из нашего з,п)- прекрасна! Вы застали её за обычным, каждодневным ритуалом-без него все будут гнать с территории!
Она помнит навыки предков!

4yl 4yl #6 Wed 16 Jan 2002 23:22

А ассстент фотографа пол-часа лязгал зубами, пока киса его заметила.:))

Wayne Leach Wayne Leach #7 Thu 17 Jan 2002 02:33

Beautiful clear, sharp image. Great shot!

Wayne Leach

Yuri Shchedov Yuri Shchedov #8 Thu 17 Jan 2002 14:44

:) Здорово ! Сейчас дерево упадет на него...

Nadezhda Kvitka Nadezhda Kvitka #9 Sat 19 Jan 2002 13:38

не зря ждали..
кадр то какой получился интересный -)))
а лапищи то.. лапищи....
и ичего это она там нашла??
ну, держись крпче тот, кто там, на верху -)!!!
Судя по количеству царапок - это любимое ее дерево -)))

Gudrun Svenda Gudrun Svenda #10 mon 21 Jan 2002 01:38

I very like your kitty smile

Tio Pepe Tio Pepe #11 Fri 25 Jan 2002 03:55

i would cut the picture just half a centimetre below the place where the body of the animal – is it a lioness – comes off the trunk of the tree
why so
the contrast between the front legs and the hind legs is unbearable – it does not do the animal justice
it shows an animal immensely strong in the upper body and weak in the lower
or was this meant to be a portrayal of an animal `physically challenged` (as they like to put it these days)

Andre van Huizen Andre van Huizen #12 Thu 21 Feb 2002 13:33

It`s a great image but it leaves me wondering about a few things. This is definitely not a tiger but a lion and it must therefore be in a captive situation, for as much I know it would be very difficult to find a wild lion in the snow. Therefore I find the category `Nature,wild animals` not appropriate. Tell me if I`m wrong about this. (I`m new here.)