I cant put into words of the feel and mood for this shot. Its almost immaculate. Great stuff! Cheers!
Fantastic Shot great detail on the whites... I try to think what its doing to capture that postion... very nice
This is great work Salar and so unusual, absolutely beautiful image. Mal
Soooo emotionally charged....
So beautiful how the beak is duo-toned...slowly going from orange to red.
Djego @ Nov-02-2006
Only one word : beautiful
Stunning shot! It's almost as if you told the swan how to pose. Did you shoot this with a long lens or were you very nearby?
Just beautiful. Lovely mood and feel.
really professional make this photo!
wow! striking and beautiful... wonderful composition.
Thanks for all your kind comments.
Tom, I was standing about 2 feet away with a 50mm lens.
Salar @ Nov-03-2006
I've been staring at this image for about 10 minutes now...
What an incredible scene....
Brittany @ Nov-03-2006
VEry amazing. And i thought my swan photo was good. Now i need to go back to re-shoot.
This picture is quite nice, very full of emotion!!!
Excellent taste in nice photos!!!
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Hansamu Roy @ Nov-05-2006
This is such a compelling photo. Your photos are amazing and inspiring. Beautiful =)
a very graceful image :)
beautiful.. but very sad
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Wow, this photo is simply amazing. My first thought was that the swan was crying and had it's head laid down on a pillow. The composition is perfect to create the emotion.
It's almost heartbreaking to look at it (him/her??). For the life of me, I can't figure out how you got the shot (is the swan real / dead / ????). Great impact with such a straightforward approach.
Beautiful photo. Just found your site and you have some lovely shots, great work
Thank you very much for all your comments on this image.
David, the swan (I think it was a he!) was definitely alive. I think he was in the process of scratching its back when I instinctively snapped a pic with the 50mm.
I don't think I've ever seen a swan portrayed like this before. This is so close and intimate that I'm lost for words. This is nothing less than fantastic in my book.
Wow, amazing photo, very creative, very "great timing". I was emotionaly struck by this frame and VERY glad to read that the swan was "very much alive". Facinating experience........
Beyond amazing work! So close and personal! Keep up the spectacular work.
So tender! Awesome photo!
This is breathtaking...
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