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Photographer Doyle D. Chastain  Doyle D. Chastain {Karma:101119}
Project #56 Wildlife and Insects Camera Model Nikon D200
Categories Wildlife
Film Format Digital RAW
Portfolio Furries
L.A. County Tourist Targets
Lens Nikon  70-300mm f/4-5.6G AF
Uploaded 10/14/2007 Film / Memory Type Digital
    ISO / Film Speed 250
Views 429 Shutter 1/100
Favorites Aperture 5.0
Critiques 23 Rating
6.07
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Location City -  Los Angeles
State -  CALIFORNIA
Country - United States   United States
About This tiger cub Master of his domain takes a moment to survey his world.

(ISO 250; 122mm; 1/100 sec; F/5.0)
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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/22/2007
Excellent observation John! You know, I really do think photographers seem to look at the world differently . . . from non-photogs AND from each other . . . and that makes for a wonderful variation in photographic compositions. That said, I saw that pattern too and had even considered composing a B&W shot to accent it, but alas, tiger cubs do not cooperate and rarely slow down. I'm not sure it would have worked but I would have given it a shot had he laid on or adjacent to the log! :)

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/22/2007
Thanks very much Dear Nessa!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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AJ Miller AJ Miller   {K:49168} 10/21/2007
And one day this will all be mine... I'm always fascinated how patterns in nature repeat - I'm seeing tiger patterns on the log! (I'd probably be seeing spots if there was a dalmatian standing on it...) Very elegant.

AJ

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 10/19/2007
I was wondering, really, the whole time, Doyle. But now that you say, yes sir! It does make sense! I guess they keep the general air consitions close to the habitat of the animal, so that they feel as good as possible. Now, tiger means jungle, and jungle means moisture, so that your idea is really reasonable.

Thanks a lot for the time and the thoughts!

Nick

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vanessa shakesheff vanessa shakesheff   {K:68786} 10/18/2007
He /she is so cute ...love the way he/she is practising being grown up and being the boss..like kids can,t wait to grow up...nessa

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/18/2007
Ok . . . I've looked and considered Nick. I can only conclude that the early morning rain and residual moisture in the air, combined with the distance involved is responsible. Sound like that might be it?? :)

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/18/2007
Thanks Robbie!! :)

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:167393} 10/18/2007
You're welcome, Doyle!:)

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Robert Chin   {K:22282} 10/18/2007
Excellent frame Doyle,perfect setting for the tiger.
Wonderful colors as usual.
Take care
Robbie

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/16/2007
Thanks Shyamal! The ground sloped down and opened up well in fron of him here . . . so he used the height and ability to hide as cover for an attack on his brother! Very cute!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/16/2007
Thanks Brother!! These cubs were so delightful to watch too!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/16/2007
Thank you Shirley!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/16/2007
Shhhhh, Barbara. Marlyce WOULD take 'em all three home in a heartbeat! :)

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Shyamal Addanki Shyamal Addanki   {K:1009} 10/16/2007
I actually like the composition, I think the palm tree lends to a sense of busyness behind the cub, which acts as a contrast to the relative compositional calm in front of the cub. The sharpness is the only point that is bothersome.

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Ace Star Ace Star   {K:21040} 10/16/2007
wonderfull shot brother! lovely colors, detials and view :)
excellent work

good luck my friend

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Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:167393} 10/16/2007
This is a great shot, dear Doyle!:)

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        {K:12494} 10/16/2007
wow, and I thought my pixie bob cats was something, this tiger is so lovely, oh, why didn't you take it home with you/ excellent job. 7++++++++++++

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/15/2007
Thank you Frank!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/15/2007
Thanks Michele . . . nice to be missed! :)

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 10/15/2007
Thanks Nick!

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 10/15/2007
As a composition it is very nice as it includes the necessary parts for a nice view but not anything superfluous, with the small exception of those plamtree leaves at the top left, that act a bit like "intruders".

The colors, especially on the young tiger, and the chosen moment for shooting are also very good - the master of the domain looks also like a master in posing!

But the sharpness of details on his fur looks a bit too soft, though I can't really say why as he *is* in focus. What happened here? Why that kind of "haze" against total clarity? I am really helpless - any ideas, Doyle?

All the best,

Nick

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Michele Carlsen Michele Carlsen   {K:146013} 10/14/2007
Hi Doyle - very nice series -- I love your titles -- See how I've missed your wit and humor --I have & others have too..It's been pretty dead around here --I guess most people actually have a life -lol :))

This is another cute image well composed, nice color, but the clarity is a little off..probably due to down -sizing it ..Anyway I Love it , and 'welcome ' back ...
Please don't stay away so long anymore !!!

Best Regards Always,
Michele~

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Frank Beer   {K:10112} 10/14/2007
Wonderful series, Doyle!
Great work, I like this series very much.
Best regards, Frank

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