Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Bounds/Primitive

Lizards are primitive beings, descended from the dinosaurs. This one exists within the bounds of a cage at the West Hartford Children's Museum.

Camera: iPhone 4s Processing: PhotoGene2, Phototoaster

12 comments:

  1. you did a great job capturing his texture

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  2. I love his fluid shape that leads my eyes back and forth from his head to his tail.

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  3. Hi Bobbi,
    He's beautiful, you captured him in his best pose. Love all the texture in this shot. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

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  4. Nice capture of the tiny dinosaur descendent.

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  5. I like them much better in the cage lol Love how he seems to be watching you!

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  6. I agree with Chesney -- lizards are just above snakes in my like list. Both are at the bottom.

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  7. I love the feel and the composition. I love the unusual crop, and the white border really sets it off. You have lost the highlights in a couple of places. But I believe the positives far outweigh a little light.
    Looking again, I really really do like the crop, it's perfect for the subject. Well done Bobbie.
    M.

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  8. Great textures...nice crop...as Mike says a few highlights have gone but still a great image

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  9. A lot of brown but you have brought it all to life....great texture!

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  10. I like the eyes and the texture and how the mouth and the tail have the same curve.

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