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16 comments:

flying cow said...

:D that bird is hot!

M said...

Mmm...I'd like to disagree...the "bird" looks male to me b-v.moi....no "bird" can look so fearsome!:)

flying cow said...

disagree? i am female, so i think that bird is hot ;)

Anonymous said...

I agree. this bird is a stud with lots of attitude.
Fantastic capturization Faraz !
exube

gulnaz said...

against the mottled green square, the shape of the blackbird and on it a speck of red-yellow....I like that. the glossy leaves at the top are nice too.

Hey you should name him/her to settle the gender issue here. :) Is it miss ebony or mr steely-toes.

Ameer Hamza said...

*Faint*

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flick said...

@ b-v.moi &
anonymous:

hot! stud!
:o
8| hmmm well he looks more like a snob, or a fat old buttler, to me. :|..(if thats a astud, i betetr start looking for something else.:p)
faraz:
congrats! youve made it a hottie. the black fat guy looks awesome btw ;)

Kat said...

gender issues aside, the contrasting colours in the picture make it amazing....!

mina said...

the thing i like best about it is that it doesn't have a title.

jammie said...

the depth of field is fun. esp the way it makes the bird stand out in sharp relief. :) where you been? havent heard from you lately...

Faraz said...

[b]b.v.moi, M, Exub:[/b] The bird has the same gender as "Tweety" from Looney Toons

flick, Kat, Mina: Thanks, you're very kind :)

jammie: Telephoto lenses have a very shallow depth of field, which is why most fashion photographers use them in photo-shoots. Check your hotmail.com email, I've sent an authorization request.

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Tree Elf said...

hey, i just got a powershot a80...canon..trying to figure out settings and stuff..new to photography...recomend stuff/places/sites/tutorials

Ramla A. said...

This untitled photo has acted as a Rorschach test for the visitors. Let me see... It's a bird! It's a plane!