nigelclack

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This image is so awesome. Where was this taken?
Nigel Clack: Safari in Kenya, Cheers David.
  • JJ
  • United States
  • 29 Oct 2008, 02:32
excellent close up, love the processing great work
Nigel Clack: Kind of you JJsmile
  • VZ
  • United States
  • 29 Oct 2008, 02:54
I want to personally thank you, Nig, for taking this trip to Kenia (and the financial burden that goes with it smile), as almost every picture from this endeavour brings so much pleasure to the viewers.
Nigel Clack: You know I did it mostly for yougrin I'm just after a sponsor for the next onewink
  • Rachael
  • United States
  • 29 Oct 2008, 03:24
It has the appearance of a painting. Fantastic.
Nigel Clack: Thanks Rachael I have met my goalsmile
  • FLOOG
  • The valleys of a contented soul
  • 29 Oct 2008, 05:20
Beond magnificent, absoutely stunning Nigel
Nigel Clack: Thank you very muchsmile
Magnificent, and pretty terrifying. How close were you?
Nigel Clack: This was cropped a bit, so it's a bit misleading, but it was about 15 feet or so.smile
Fantastic shot again Nigel, great processing,looks like this guy has had a few scraps in his day, nice one !!
Nigel Clack: Most of the seem to, cheers Jimmy
Great beast, Nigel, but IO fear that he might wish to be as friendly as I might.
Nigel Clack: Cheers Chadsmile
Brilliant work grin
Nigel Clack: Thanks S&S
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Oct 2008, 08:59
Beautiful image Nigel. He has such dignity.
Ingrid
Nigel Clack: Thanks, he sure does.
I know I haven`t commented on every photograph, but I am really enjoying this series. I love the `painterly` effect of this one. That direct stare is captivating, too. (:o)
Nigel Clack: Nice to see you Ros, and glad you liking the seriessmile
  • sk
  • Switzerland
  • 29 Oct 2008, 09:25
nice!!! cool use of textures, they are textures right? dude how close were U?
Nigel Clack: About 15ft and yes a texture, cheerssmile
He looks so sad.

Special PP, the image looks like it will fall apart into thousands of little pieces.
Nigel Clack: Hope notwink
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 29 Oct 2008, 10:30
Nigel I like it was this taken at night?
Nigel Clack: At dusk, cheers Vintage
Absolutly superb and original. Well done Nig.
Nigel Clack: Thanks Richard
Wow! Great treatment, Nigel. Good work! I like!
Nigel Clack: I'm glad, thanks Jose
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Oct 2008, 13:41
Superior shot of this old dude, Nigel.
Nigel Clack: Hey thanks a bunch older dudewink
  • Red Pen
  • United States
  • 29 Oct 2008, 13:46
Excellent shot and very effective post processing.
Nigel Clack: Thanks alot Red Pen
Very impressive. great one for canvas
Nigel Clack: I agree, thanks.
Beautifully captured. what a fine animal.
Nigel Clack: He is indeed, thanks.
superb post treatment Nigel, think i might have to move to a bigger homegrin
Nigel Clack: I do them in small toowink
  • Padraig
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Oct 2008, 18:41
I think hes deciding how tasty you may or may not be!!
Nigel Clack: I was more worried about my camerawink
Beautifully done Nig.
Nigel Clack: Cheers Bill.
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Oct 2008, 22:53
Do you remember Clarence? If so you might understand why this picture reminded me of him.
Nigel Clack: I dont remember him, but I googled him and found a cross eyed lion. I was born that year so dont know if I saw the filmwink However I think I know why the pic looks familiar after seeing the cover of the filmsmile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 29 Oct 2008, 22:59
That sets the cat amongst the pigeons!

Great title as well.
Nigel Clack: Lol, cheeers Louis, you must get so many opportunities for this sort of pic!
Really clever post processing ! Bravo !

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