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11-26-2019, 07:40 PM   #9466
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Is this a panorama using ICE?
yes in a manner of speaking.....it is the same bird.....did some cropping and combined them

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Wombat, this one was in the wild.
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11-26-2019, 08:37 PM   #9468
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yes in a manner of speaking.....it is the same bird.....did some cropping and combined them
Interesting technique! Thanks!

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Wombat, this one was in the wild.
Good to see one that isn't suffering from mange. The foxes are spreading it.
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Good to see one that isn't suffering from mange. The foxes are spreading it.
Are the foxes spreading mange in Tasmania where I photographed this one as well as on the mainland?

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Are the foxes spreading mange in Tasmania where I photographed this one as well as on the mainland?
Tasmania is (for now) fox free. So no mange spread by foxes there. The mange is bad among wombats around Canberra where the foxes are in almost plague numbers. A wombat with mange is a very sad sight indeed.
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Quintessential Northern Kruger Park -dry, dusty and lonesome!
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and another... I like those eyelashes.
This is beautiful! I love the OOF rendering and colours.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Aaron28 Quote
the perks of high continuous shooting.....the possibility of combining frames together using Microsoft ice.....
Nice You should post that over in the "conputer tricks" thread: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/26-mini-challenges-games-photo-stories/3...er-tricks.html
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Quintessential Northern Kruger Park -dry, dusty and lonesome!
...but there's wildlife there, and hardly any people. The stretches of dry and badly elephant eaten mopani forest are not the most exciting, but apart from that I like the north.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dlh Quote
A more conventional sort - reminds me of Marissa Tome's soliloquy regarding hunting in "My Cousin Vinny".
What a beautiful creature, lovely photo.

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and another... I like those eyelashes.
And another stunning shot

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yes in a manner of speaking.....it is the same bird.....did some cropping and combined them
I wouldn't even begin to know how to do that
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Cape Barren Geese, in a posture commonly associated with geese although other long-necked birds will use it. These birds are not "true" geese.
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This, I believe, is a young cape cobra. Sure, it looks cuddly but it's probably not wise to pick it up.

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...but there's wildlife there, and hardly any people. The stretches of dry and badly elephant eaten mopani forest are not the most exciting, but apart from that I like the north.
Quite agree, and also very hot! I like the north too!
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