Francis de Bruijn 10/8/2005 11:11:19 AM

Dear Michael,
Thanks for your compliment for my Moose-picture, wich I took in Grand Teton NP last year.
I like your gallery too.
Now I have a tip for you to make this picture a lot better. Let the forground (the leaves) disapear and create a new composition. At the end you have to edit the colors and I advise you to use Photoshop for that job. Probely you already use Photoshop, I don't no, ofcourse...
Greatings, Francis de Bruijn, The Netherlands, Europe #323231

Rob J. Fronte 10/9/2005 3:32:26 PM

actually I would be happy without the moose in this picture and just admire the trees and the trees reflection in the water. #1934016

Alisha L. Ekstrom 1/9/2006 2:52:36 PM

Hi Michael. I just stumbled onto your gallery & see you're from Utah. Where abouts? I live in Logan. I also got a photo of a moose this past summer while camping at the Wasatch Nat'l Forrest. Mine definitely isn't as good as yours cause I wasn't very far from the moose at all. The only thing separating us was a river & I walked down & took some pics & got ate buy mosquitos...soo needless to say they are a bit fuzzy cause of camera shake. BUT I was actually kinda scared he would come after me:):) Anyhow...I LOVE this pic & the green is soo BEAUTIFUL! Wonderful image:) #2269974

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Willow Lake, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, later afternoon

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