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Wow! Fantastic shot and composition.
Wow! Giddy up that is somthing else joe you have excelled yourself. Love it.
Great work, Joe. Is this a manipulation? Very impressive either way!
Not a bad snap.
Very nice work!Have a Happy and Sweet Easter! ;-)
Rae- thx for your encouragement.Mim- thx for your great comment.Alan- I would like to tell you that I sat under the moon waiting for it frame this bird but I can't. I managed to get the bird shot down at Brighton beach the othe night. I then took a photo of the moon which I have always wanted to do. Next step was to use GIMP to isolate the bird and superimpose it on the moon. Couldn't resist. Thought the finished product was cool.Steffe- thx.Luis- thx to you a constant visitor.Lucia- thx also for your comments.
It's a great finished product, Joe - two fine photos melded together in a very artistic way. And isn't Gimp awesome! My editing weapon of choice as well.... I love it.
Wow! I am so glad that I did not miss this one... perfect execution on a winner here! Who cares how you made it happen... very creative either way!Bises,G
Thx Genie. I wish I knew what sort of bird it was.
Love the result a lot. Stunning!http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2012/06/skywatch-sunset-seen-from-balcony.html
That is beyond awesome!
An excellent idea! Love it!
An amazing shot! I love it!
Oh, I want to try that! What beautiful shots and they sure do result in an amazing photograph when combined. Loved this post!
Great composition. I love moon pictures, and the bird makes it even better. - Margy
Unique image, great! :-)Is that bird a fulmar (or Maalie as they are called in Scotland)?
I think IRS what we call a mutton bird.
Cool image! Happy skywatching!